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'Let us also rejoice 
In our sufferings. 
Because we know {hat 
Suffering produces perseverance- 
Perseverance, character,- 
And character, hope 
And hope does not disappoint us, 
Because God has poured out his love 
Into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, 
Whom he has given us." 

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Olivet Nazarene College 
Kankakee, Illinois 
Volume 68 

GLORIA J. WICKHAM, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
POLLY R. SHEPPARD, ASSISTANT EDITOR 

russ leigh, business Manager 



Above, Like many other members of the 
football team, Steve Auch experienced a 
moment of near exhaustion, but 
determination and a burning desire to win 
helps him hang on for a Tiger victory. 
Above right, Steve Klock diligently prepares 
for one more exam in the quiet solitude of 
his dorm room, knowing that someday it 
will all pay off. 

Right, Bright-eyed Kara Lyons is comforted 
by the loving arms of Michelle Otterstein. 
Opposite page, A summer storm is one of 
God's wonders — mighty, mysterious, 
marvelous. 




A Storm: unrest, disorder, we recall the days of hovering near and rumbled above during a 

turbulance, restlessness, chaos. An mother's side as the skies crackled summer storm. Reassured by the 
age-old fear arises within us when 



sincere comfort of mot 1- 
presence, and with the i 



is of assurance that it all 
">e over, we felt 



protected and sure. Safe and secure 
in mother's arms, we rode the 



storm out and we realized that 
storms can't last forever! And then, 



oh, how we appreciated the 
sunny days. 







Above left, Ken Carpenter considers "join 

the people who've joined the Army" to help 

his country in time of need. 

Above right, Ron Sharp reverently bows at 

the altar. 

Right, Headlines proclaim national events, 

keeping students informed in matters 

affecting our future. 

Opposite page above left, Jeff Killion, Tiger 

football defensive end ponders the game, 

and plans strategy for overcoming the 

opposing team. 

Below left, Old Glory flies bravely and 

proud. 

Far right, Gasoline prices rise, but cutbacks 

are few. 



As we mature and responsibilities 
and decisions become ours alone, 
we look at life as THE STORM. 
The new decade of the eighties has 



begun with the threat of wartimes 
as we mandatorily register for the 
draft. AM I WILLING TO DIE 
FOR MY COUNTRY? We, as 



American citizens, automatically 
possess the responsibility of 
choosing the "best" of three men 
who will represent and conduct 



our country with shrewd 
consideration for the American 
public. BUT, WHAT IF WE 
GOOFED, AMERICA? A year 







ANYTHING ? We have stood in we watched prices rise. IS economy floundered. COULD I 

Lines for gasoline and sacrificed G ASOHOL THE ANSWER ? The APPLY MY GOLD CAPPED 

going home for the weekend while price of gold sky-rocketed and the TOOTH TO MY TUITION? 



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Above, Freshmen, Bill St. John and Jim Fly 

prove that being roommates is not 

disheartening. 

Below left, Scott Shattuck learns that not 

having mom around to do the laundry is 

not so fun. 

Below right, Rick McDuffy grimaces at the 

thought of defeat. 

Opposite page above, Liver and onions is a 

disappointment to many students at supper 

time. 

Below, David Egge uses his talents in mime 

to cheer up those who are discouraged. 

far right, An empty mailbox leaves Rhonda 

Woolard feeling gloomy. 




Even the little disappointments 
here at Olivet can be disheartening. 
No mail for a week, liver and 



onions for supper, the 62% test 
score, the faded laundry or the 
"twirpless" Twirp Week can 



almost make us want to give up, 
for a while anyway. 



Life is out there and soon will be 
ours to face. Oh to have mother's 



6 / Opening 




il to hide behind again. But 
before us have made it! Even 



in the days of Noah, before the 
flood, society was careless, 



apathetic, and in chaotic situations today. We are not the only rookies 
similar to what we encounter at this game. 



Above, The football team pauses a moment 

before the game for the playing of the 

National Anthem. 

Below left, Dr. Sayes is content as he 

watches the Tiger football team fight for a 

victory. 

Right, Peace and quiet and the shade of a 

tree provide a solitude mood for this 

student to study. 

Opposite page above, The innocence of a little 

girl (Tara Richardson) elicits a bright 

outlook on life. 

Far right. The Word is a light in times of 

darkness. 




After the flood, God said that he though every inclination of his 
would never again curse the heart is evil from childhood. Even 

ground because of man, even 



if we totally deface the earth; even all the wrong reasons, the Lord will c 
if we make the wrong decisions for not destroy us. He made a r 



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ant between man and 

If. In Genesis^): 16 He said, 



"Whenever the rainbow appears in 
the clouds, I will see it and 



remember the everlasting covenant 
between God and all living 



creatures of every kind on the 
earth." 



Opening/ 9 



ve up, unvet i\azarene college, a pa 
of our hope for the future. 
Above right, Milby Clock Tower is part of 
Olivet's beautiful campus. 
Below left. The Catholic Church serves many 
community families as well as some Olivet 
students. 

Below right, Lakeshore Drive is a marveloi 
sight for Olivet students to enjoy. It is a 
place to escape when the pressures seem 
endless. 
Far right, The rainbow; a symbol of hope 



j OLIVET 

I HAZARE N E 
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The rainbow. A symbol of hope. every aspect of living. The 

institution stands for more than 



of that hope. We have all come we will be tomorrow — we are 

here to learn, to mature, to grow in tomorrow. Olivet has been our 



shelter and will soon be our sword. What we acquire here at Olivet anc 
A sword backed with guidance, what God will give us will get the 



are learning to be victors over 
defeat. 



and in what we believe in will see 
us through our lifetimes. Our hope 




r our futures stems in part from 
livet Nazarene College, founded 
i the teachings and principles of 
sus Christ. 



As Olivetians, but more important, 
as Christians, we possess a unique 
hope. Jesus Christ, our Savior and 
Redeemer, is a friend to see us 



through the rough times to come; 
our hope that some day we will no 
longer be faced with life's trials. 
We trust in Him, our hope in this 



world of heartache. Let us always 
thank Him for the sunny side of 
life, too. It takes both rain and 
sunshine to make a rainbow. 




An alumnus of Olivet Nazarene 
College and Nazarene Theological 
Seminary, the Rev. Ted Ross Lee 
came to Olivet as director of 
alumni in 1970. Later, that was 
combined with the responsibilities 
of the director of field services. 
During that time, he was awarded 
the Olivet President's Staff 



Member of the Year trophy, and 
an original "Homecoming Plaque" 
was presented to him by the 
student body in chapel. After 
serving a one-year pastorate at 
Trinity Church of the Nazarene in 
Rochester, New York, he returned 
to Olivet's campus to assume his 
present office of the Dean of 



Students and coordinator of 
chapel. This year he was presented 
with a "Bell ringer" award from 
President Leslie Parrott in the 
October meeting of the Board of 
Trustees. 

As Dean of Students, Rev. Lee has 
been a guide, a servant, and a 



friend. His burning desire in th 
life is to "rescue the perishing.' 

In daily interaction with the 
students, Dean Lee strives for 
harmony in the lifestyles of the 
college students. His Christian 
witness is both professional and 
personal. Through weekend revival 




ngs and weekday chapel 
es, he preaches the gospel 
mthusiasm and reverence, yet 
mmility and obedience to the 
f God. Evident is his first and 
ost priority — that being a 
it of God. But not far down 
t is also evident his feelings 



for Olivet Nazarene College and 
his purpose in service here. 

His strong stand for the teachings 
of Jesus Christ and the doctrine of 
the Church of the Nazarene is 
utilized to uphold the teachings 
upon which this institution was 



founded. His genuine concern is 
found in each "Hi, how are you?" 
that he speaks and comfort and 
reassurance is heart-felt in each *T 
am praying for you." Olivet 
Nazarene College is fortunate and 
proud to know and love Rev. Ted 
R.Lee. 



In appreciation for your service to 
Olivet Nazarene College, we 
dedicate the sixty -eighth volume — 
The 1981 AURORA '— to Rev. 
Ted Ross Lee. 

— The Student Body of 
Olivet Nazarene College 
1980-81 Academic year. 



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In American history each decade 
can be labeled with one short 
phrase which summarizes a ten year 
span. For instance, the 1930's were 
the decade of economic depression 
. . . the '40's were a time of war . . . 
the '50's were dedicated to the 
status quo . . . the '60's were a time 
of social upheaval . . . and the '70's 
a time for individualism. 

Olivet has had its decades too: The 
1940's were a time of transition to a 
new campus ... the '50's, a decade 



of achievement including North 
Central accreditation . . . the '60's 
were a decade of expansion and 
building . . . and the 1970's were 
again a time of transition from one 
long term president to new 
leadership, with a shift of focus 
from buildings to a concern for 
lifting the quality of life and 
campus beautification. 

And now the decade of the '80's is 
under way, but not without a plan. 
The machinery is already turned on 



for fund raising, faculty/student 
planning, architectural drawings, 
and construction of three new 
campus buildings . . . The Larsen 
Fine Arts Center . . . the Les Parrott 
Field House . . . and a new 250-bed 
residence hall for men. 

But that is not all. Sometime in this 
decade, the president and trustees 
need to give attention to an 
adequate chapel which is 
consistent with the quality and 



high priority of spiritual co 
on this campus. This may I 
by rebuilding the present Ci 
Hall to overcome its liabiliti 
with a beautiful new fine art 
chapel auditorium. During t 
decade the person may appear who 
can make a huge donation for this 
project. 

During this decade programs will 
be developed to involve every 
campus person — faculty and 




s — in a personal physical 
and health maintenance 
n using the new 
arger Athletic Park, a 
>hed Birchard Gymnasium 
: new Les Parrott Field 
plus the leadership of the 
il Education Department. 
al will be to teach physical 
on with a purpose. 

iring this decade, I hope 
ill be a new concern in the 



academic program for integrating 
faith with learning and living. 
Christians in the 21st century will 
need to know Whom they have 
believed and why. Each academic 
department and every course needs 
to identify specifically what is 
being done to integrate classroom 
learning with Christian faith. 
Durable, sturdy, resilient faith must 
be developed with every new area 
of student learning. 



And finally, the decade of the 
1980's must be a time for 
integrating Christian faith with a 
holiness lifestyle. Family 
disintegration, single issue politics, 
consumer helplessness, and 
integrity on the job are just some 
of the areas<where studies at Olivet 
must be designed to integrate faith 
and living. The final test of 
religious experience is how well it 
works at home, on the job, and in 
personal relationships. My concern 



is that we may develop a 
discernible difference in an Olivet 
graduate, who has learned in four 
years on this campus, how to 
integrate faith with living. 

The decade of the '80s doesn't 
need to just happen, we can make 
it what it needs to be on the 
campus of Olivet Nazarene 
College. 

— Leslie Parrott, Ph.D. 



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78 / Student Activities 




Student Activities / 19 



294 Receive Diplomas 







Ending a college career is only the beginning of 
a lifetime. The day for which each student aims 
finally arrived for the class of 1980, on May 25 
and 26. Sunday morning's Baccalaureate 
message was delivered by President Leslie 
Parrott and the message of the evening service 
was delivered by Dr. Don Gibson, Olivet 
alumnus. A bright, sunny Monday in the quad 
set the scene for the commencement exercises 
where members of the Senior class began 
journeys into a new chapter of their lives. Surely 
memories of college days of the years prior to 
this day crossed the minds of the class of '80 as 
tears, hugs, congratulations, and goodbyes were 
expressed. 




20 I Graduation 1980 




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Clubs Swing Into New Year 





On September 9, the foyer of Ludwig Center was 
lined with booths advertising club membership for 
interested students. The clubs demonstrated 
imagination with eye-catchers such as climbing 
philodendrons and a Wall-Street Journal collage, 
and their individual purposes. In this way, students 
became aware of the various organizations and 
were encouraged to become involved with Olivet's 
activities, thus preparing themselves for future 
vocations. The winning booth was constructed by 
Ministerial Fellowship. 

A. Upcoming activities for the Home Ec Club are pointed out by 
Jody Conable. B. Patti Nymeyer and Tim Hess recruit Diane 
Gamble as a fellow athlete for the Varsity Club. C. Perry Jaynes 
reflects on the accomplishments of a college graduate. D. President 
Leslie Parrott and Dean Lee award graduates for outstanding 
achievement. E. Dr. Willis Snowbarger addresses the graduating 
class of 1980. F. Veterans Jana Crisp and Sandy Chandler draft 
Beth Mihay as a member of the Business Club. 



Club Day / 21 



Follies 
Major in 
Frivolity 

Early in September, while it is still warm and the 
excitement of beginning a school year is yet 
present, students took a weekend off for the 
annual Ollies Follies. Faculty and students 
played baseball Friday evening, while flag 
football was the main event on Saturday 
morning. That afternoon students displayed 
their talents in contests such as seed-spitting, 
hula-hooping and water-balloon tossing. There 
was competition in building human pyramids 
and stuffing as many bodies as possible into a 
station wagon. 

Ollies Follies concluded Saturday evening with 
the annual Talent Show. Individuals from each 
class provided entertainment with songs and 
skits. Races to gobble cream pies and to slurp 
jello and root beer were also part of the fun. 





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A. Rob Ruesing steers Diane Gamble in a speedy shopping cart 
to a first place finish. B. Launching a high-powered 
watermelon seed is Don Corzine. C. An emotional water- 
balloon toss evokes feelings from cheers of victory to utter 
despair. D. In the Junior class skit, Steve Beatty tells his son 
(Rick Reed) to say prayers while Sheri Snead cuddles a teddy 
bear. Her role begins as Rick prays for "the little girl down the 
street." E. It's a tight squeeze for freshmen Shelly Woodcook, 
Becky Lyke, Debbie Hildreth, and Cindy Weimer to fit into a 
car already stuffed with 36 others. F. Junior class girls find 
that losing isn 't a bed of roses. G. Shelly Neal, Todd Phillips, 
Joe Nugent, and Doug Laymon show that the Junior class is 
tops. 



Ollies Follies / 25 



Homecoming 1980 



Yesterday's 
Dreams - 
Today's 
Realities 





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Parade Marches 
With Tradition 



On a sunny, cool Saturday morning, 
Kennedy Drive and Olivet Street were lined 
with students, alumni, and townspeople of 
all ages to watch the Homecoming Parade as 
it traveled its annual route from First Church 
of the Nazarene to Ludwig Center. Clowns 
sped by on motorbikes or skipped up and 
down the street to the beat of four area 
marching bands from Hersher High School, 
Upper Grade Center of Bourbonnais, St. 
Anne Grade School, and Crescent City High 
School. Floats were decorated to the theme 
of "Yesterday's Dreams - Today's Realities." 
Winning floats were constructed by Varsity 



Club in the club division, the Senior float in 
the classes division, and grand prize went to 
the Sophomore float for their model of the 
Olivet campus buildings. 

For the first time at Homecoming, Ludwig 
Center foyer held a - "Deli" lunch on Saturday 
afternoon. This helped to keep the cafeteria 
free of congested lines and allowed alumni 
and Olivetians to "eat and run" in order to 
attend the many scheduled events. 
Homecoming 1980 was another successful 
fun-filled weekend. 






Concerts 
Present Talent 
In Forte 

Homecoming weekend provided a diversity of musical talent 
in Friday evening's Sacred Music Concert and Saturday 
evening's Pops Concert. 

The first half of the Sacred Music Concert consisted of 
selections by the Viking Male Chorus, Treble Clef Choir, 
Orpheus Choir, and Concert Band. The second half 
concluded with the College Orchestra accompanied by 
alumni soloists Shirley Close, Jo Saunders, Dennis Crocker, 
and Ray Moore. Two songs, "No One Ever Cared For Me 
Like Jesus" and "Down From His Glory" were included in 
the traditional hymns. The 1980 Alumni "O" Awards were 
presented to Jim Diehl and Linford Marquart for 
outstanding service in ministerial and lay work. 

At Saturday's Pops Concert, the audience sat at red- 
checkered covered tables and ate peanuts and popcorn while 
they enjoyed the music of the alumni Pops Chorus and the 
College Orchestra. Stephen Nielson and Ovid Young were 
featured in John Philip Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever," 
which drew a standing ovation and encore performance. A 
unique selection, "The Typewriter," was performed by 
George Dunbar, who tapped the keys of a manual typewriter 

I to the lively accompaniment of the orchestra. The final 
medley was from Meredith Wilson's "Music Man," 
highlighted by "almost" 76 trombones. 




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A.Jody Post in and Dan Erickson clown around in Saturday's parade. B. The 
Concert Band is directed by Dr. Harlow Hopkins in "Jericho Rhapsody, " a 
composition that musically describes the Battle of Jericho and Joshua 's triumph. 
C. As a special attraction of the parade the Alumni Band and friends entertain 
with their own version of "When the Saints Go Marching In. " D. The 
Homecoming Parade is made complete by the talents of four area marching 
bands. E. Powered by members of the football team, the Varsity Club's winning 
float captures this year's theme by the use of a rainbow. F. Mark Burchfield 
lends a note to the lower ranges of the orchestra during the Pops Concert. G. 
Professor Joe Noble conducts the Viking Male Chorus in a choral rendition of 
Psalm 150. 



Homecoming Concerts / 29 



1980 Queen 

Linda 

Manville 



Right: Queen Linda Manville, 21, from Dansville, 
Michigan is a senior with a major in Social Sciences and 
Secondary Education. She states, "This past Homecoming 
has been a special time in my life because of the new 
friendships I have made from acquaintances and fun 
experiences. These beautiful memories which will stay with 
me and be a part of my life will have more of an impact on 
my life later on down the road; I have placed my trust in 
God, the Creator, to lead me where he can best use me. " 
Opposite Page, Above Right: Lisa Thompson, 20, is a senior 
Psychology/Sociology major from Kankakee, Illinois. Lisa 
feels, "Through Homecoming Court, I have had the 
opportunity to get to know people who otherwise would have 
just been acquaintances. Also, I feel that it is an honor to 
represent Olivet. Though my parents weren't able to attend 
the ceremony, we will all be together for the everlasting 
coronation of the Believer. " 

Below Left: Terry Hodge, 20, a junior from Jamesville, 
Wisconsin, is a secretarial science major. She says, 
' "Reminiscing ... spending time with the other candidates 
has been a special time in my life. Of course, it's a privilege 
to be on court; however, the real honor is knowing that 
trusting the Lord has been rewarding. " 
Below Center: Candy Calas, 21, is a senior from Des 
Plaines, Illinois majoring in finance. Candy believes, 
"Being on Homecoming Court has been a real privilege and 
honor for me since so few people get to experience this. 
Looking back on this weekend, I now have realized that 
Homecoming is for both the alumni and students to reflect 
back on in the future. I've found that happiness is more 
real in my life when I'm totally trusting and depending on 
God." 

Below Right: Janet Campbell, 20, is a junior nursing major 
from New Castle, Pennsylvania. She expresses her feelings: 
"As I reflect on Homecoming 1980, 1 find some of my most 
fond memories - memories which will always stay with me 
and which I'll treasure the rest of my life. " 




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Talents Tailor "The Robe 



The dramatic production of "The Robe" was 
presented three times during Homecoming 
weekend to sell-out crowds. It is the story of 
Marcellus, the Roman officer who is 
responsible for the crucifixion of a Galilean. He 
becomes distraught by guilt, but because of the 
love of his Greek slave Demetrius, he comes to 
accept the Galilean's Robe as a symbol of 
forgiveness and source of strength. He finally 
professes the divinity to the Galilean before the 



Roman emperor, thereby losing his 
life for his faith. 

The cast consisted of 22 characters, 
with Marlin Hanstad as Marcellus, 
Bob Wisneski as the slave Demetrius, 
and Becky Lyke as Diana, the wife of 
Marcellus. The production staff was 
headed by Jeff Brown as stage manger 
and Paul Peavy as technical director. 





, The Robe 



Tigers Score Twin Victories 





Students, alumni, and visitors of Olivet 
were able to cheer on two Olivet teams in 
action during Homecoming weekend. 

The Tigers opened their basketball 
season with the Homecoming 
Tournament involving Olivet, Grace, Mt. 
Vernon, and George Williams Colleges. 
Olivet overpowered George Williams on 
Friday evening 110-86. On Saturday the 
home team and Grace College wereneck 
and neck throughout the game, which 
was tied four times during the second 
half. The Tigers took control in the last 
few seconds, with the final score, of 73-69 
giving them the championship title. 

The sensational seasonal debut of the 
wrestling squad was Saturday afternoon 
against Bradley University. The Tigers 
claimed all matches for an astounding 
51-0 victory. 

A. Marcellus, portrayed by Marlin Hanstead, 
contemplates his guilt in the Crucifixion of the 
Galiean. B. While being closely guarded, Mark 
Fleming attempts two more points against the Indians 
in the Homecoming Tournament. C. Al McQueen 
displays the form and dexterity of a top wrestler which 
earned him the title of co- captain. D. Bob Wisneski as 
Demetrius decides to use the robe to soothe his master's 
troubled mind. E. Demetrius explains the significance 
of the robe to Melody Eash as the slave Helen. F. 
Marcellus receives letters from Diana by Captain 
Fulvius (Steve Seibold). G. Daryl Nelson's jump shot 
nets Olivet two points on the way to a Tiger victory. 



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Sponsoring the annual Twirp Week, WRA shifts the traditional roles of 
dating by making an occasion for the girls to initiate the asking. Some 
ladies chose to take their date to a nearby restaurant, amusement park, or 
even to Chicago for sight-seeing but various activities are planned for a 
rendez-vous on campus. This year, Twirp Week began with a roller 
skating party on Monday night. Tuesday night was "do your own thing," 
while Wednesday was Olivet's first banana split building party. Thursday 
evening Tim Setime, a professional mime from Champaign presented a 
show - portraying both the funny and serious sides of life, from a 
homicidal flute player to a representative of humanity in the cycle of life. 
The Pie Sale was held Friday night, with four freshmen ladies and a 
gentleman from each class auctioned. This year's bid for a guy was a 
record high, of $75 for Tim Hess. The highest bidder received an 
expense-paid evening with their date to the Pinnacle in Chicago. 



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Orpheus 
Entertains 
With Songs 
and Skits 

Establishing a tradition at Olivet, the Orpheus 
Variety Show presented a wide diversity of 
performances ranging from slow moving, 
contemporary love songs to the unconventional 
"hillbilly" style. The third and final appearance 
of the eminent "King Tut" was received by an 
enthusiastic audience. Ending on a high note 
with the hilarious "Dead Daughter" skit, the 
overall excitement of the crowd was indicative 
of the successful show of talent by Orpheus 
Choir. 




A. Mardee McSwain, Mania Cruzen.Jana Friend, and 
Gloria Wickham take a tough stance before escorting male 
class representatives to be auctioned in the Pie Sale. B. 
Sara McClung is taken before the crowd at the Pie Sale by 
Greg Karrick to be sold to the highest bidder. C. Geron 
Vantine and Susan Mundy reminisce in the song "I 
Remember It Well, " with each recalling conflicting details 
of their first date. D. In his first appearance at Olivet, 
mime Tim Set i mi portrays the later years of life. E. Brenda 
Ronne claims Ed Ruddle as her purchase at the auction of 
the Pie Sale. F. Adding a romantic touch to the Variety 
Show, J 'ana Friend and Darron Nance sing "I Never 
Should Have Let You Go. " G. As a trio of bodyguards for 
King Tut, Dean Meadows, Jody Postin, and Dan Erikson 
harmonize in a musical salute to the Babylonian king. H. 
Steve Gould laughs as he calls the doctor to tend to his 
child in the hilarious version of the "Dead Daughter" skit 
in the Variety Show. 



Orpheus Variety Show / 35 



Warehouse 

Terrorizes 

Tourists 






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"The Haunted Warehouse," presented by the 
Junior class, was frightening but fun for those 
who were brave enough to enter the House. 
The evening's activities began with an Edgar 
Allen Poe horror film, "The Tomb of Ligeia." 
Donuts and apple cider were served as 
refreshments. Students then boarded buses for a 
ride to an abandoned warehouse on the edge of 
town. The tour began with a crawl through a 
maze which led to rooms inhabited by ghouls, 
insane surgeons, and other threatening tenants. 
Survivors escaped via a slide from the second 
story. 




A. Becky Golay, Sylvia Freeman, and Robin Roth give tourists an eerie welcome to the Haunted Warehouse. B. Darla Beatty 
reaches for help as she is carved by a sadistic surgeon. C. A chain saw victim, Steve Humerickhouse, groans after being 
dismembered. D. Lying enstate. Bob Thompson waits peacefully for an unwary passerby. E. Don Corzine brandishes a chainsaw 
before leaping at tourists of the Haunted Warehouse. F. David Bruce makes an escape by sliding to safety. G. Two goblins maul c 
young man who was spooked and fell from the ladder. 




Halloween Warehouse / 37 



Goblins Gobble Goodies 





Halloween was a frightfully busy time at Olivet. 
The evening of October 25 began as the clock 
struck eight when dorms were opened for 
ghoulish trick-or-treaters. Following this was 
the Halloween party sponsored by the 
Freshman class. Dracula (Marc Collins) emceed 
the program which included the skit "Sorry, 
Wrong Number," starring Becky Lyke. 
Innovative costumes were spotlighted for their 
originality and humor. The Burchfields 
provided musical entertainment during apple 
bobbing and pumpkin carving competitions 
and the serving of hot apple cider and donuts. 
The Wicked Witches (Beverly Lee, Mary 
Margaret Reed, and Leora Windoffer) sang the 
whimsical "Twelve Days of Halloween." A sing 
along with the long-awaited-for Great 
Pumpkin, Pat Duncan, highlighted the event. 



}S I Halloween Parly 




B. J. Thomas Concert 
Enlivens Fall Schedule 







A. Karen DeSollar, editor of the Glimmerglass, poses with B. 
J. Thomas after the pre- show interview. B. The concert 
consisted of both popular rock songs and selections having a 
Christian message. C. B.J. thrilled the audience with "Mighty 
Clouds of Joy. " D. "Don 't Worry, Baby " was one of the crowd's 
favorites in the first half of the program. E. In his interview, 
B.J. told of his conversion, its effects on his business relations, 
and his longing to be with his wife and children during his 
hectic concert schedules. F. B.J. witnesses of his conversion to 
Christianity. 



40 I B.J. Thomas Concert 






B.J. Thomas, well-known rock singer of the 
60's and 70's, was presented in concert the 
evening of November 20 at Chalfant Hall. 
Presenting one of the most anticipated and 
publicized concerts to come to Olivet this year, 
B. J. : s dynamic repertoire of songs was 
enthusiastically received. As the show began 
with selections that have hit the Top Ten of the 
pop charts, the audience was thrilled by 
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," 
"Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song," 
and "Don't Worry, Baby." B.J. then told of his 
conversion, in the midst of popularity, from a 
life of drug addiction, an unhappy marriage, 
and a seemingly hopeless future to his sudden 
rebirth in Jesus Christ. This led to B. J.'s singing 
only Christian songs in his musical career. But 
his audience became very limited because many 
radio stations refused to play sacred music. He 
then chose to widen his witness by once again 
including rock songs but with the lyrics bearing 
a Christian message, anticipating that soon 
songs of hope would be played to the large 
audiences that need to know Christ. The second 
half of the concert included "Home Where I 
Belong," "Without A Doubt," and other tunes 
popularized by his recent albums. After a 
standing ovation and call for encore, he 
performed "I've Got Jesus On My Mind" as the 
final selection. 




B. /. Thomas Concert / 41 



Fall Revival 

Rekindles 

Spirit 



Olivet's fall revival was held Tuesday, 
September 23 through Sunday, September 28 
with Reverend Charles R. Millhuff as evangelist. 
An alumnus of Olivet and now living in Kansas 
City, Missouri, Reverend Millhuff has served 
the Church of the Nazarene through diverse 
roles. He has been the narrator for the radio 
program "Showers of Blessing," writer. 



42 I Fall Revival 




composer, and preacher at revivals, camp 
meetings, and crusades. With the musica 
direction of Olivet's own Pat Duncan, the 
services held each weekday morning in chapel 
and each evening in College Church were the 
impetus for many changed lives and renewed 
commitments to Jesus Christ. 




Dr. Lawlor Inspires 
Revival Crowd 

"I believe in holiness evangelism" was the statement that began the 1981 
spring revival. Dr. Edward Lawlor of San Diego, California, a General 
Superintendent emeritus of the Church of the Nazarene, was the 
evangelist for the services of March 3-8 in chapel and each evening in 
College Church. Stressing the value of prayer, holiness, and sanctification, 
he emphasized the importance of finding and living by the will of God. 
Song evangelists Jim and Rosemary Green, who have traveled in this field 
of ministry for twenty-nine years, were an integral part of each revival 
meeting whose messages in music complemented the preaching of Dr. 
Lawlor. 




A. Reverend Mil/buff's messages during fall revival are instructive and inspiring in attaining a 
closer relationship to God. B The intense messages during spring revival are presented by Dr 
Edward Lawlor. C. Leading the congregation in song, Jim Green is accompanied by his wife 
Rosemary. D Many people seek divine aid in response to Rev. Millhuff's sermons and the leading 
of the Holy Spirit. E. Pat Duncan offers special songs as well as serving as music director. F. A 
volunteer choir performs each night during revival at College Church. 



Spring Revival / 43 



Musicians 

Magnify 

Messiah 



The annual presentation of Handel's 
"Messiah" drew a large crowd at College 
Church of the Nazarene. The Choral 
Union and ONC Orchestra, under the 
direction of Professor Joe Noble, 
rehearsed extensively and diligently for 
hours for the choral celebration of 
Christ's birth. Treble Clefs Handbell 
Choir provided an appropriate prelude to 
the performance. Soloists were Rhonda 
Moreland, Greg Yates, Angie Futrell, 
Dave Mundy, Celeste Spires, Rick 
Wilson, and Sheryl Bitner. 




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Artist Lecture Series 



by Leah Condon 



The "lullabyish" song, "After a 
Dream" by Faure, fills Chalfant 
Auditorium. Cellist, Christoph 
Henkel, performs his second 
encore with all the intensity of a 
true musician — he has 
achieved every artists' goal — 
to use his music as a universal 
language uniting people from 
all walks of life. 

The Body of Christ, like our 
own bodies, is composed of 
individual, unlike cells that are 
knit together to form one 
Bod)'. He is the whole thing, 
and the joy of the Body- 



increases as individual cells 
realize they are not to be 
isolated outposts," says Dr. 
Paul Brand in his book, 
"Fearfully and Wonderfully 
Made. " In his effort to restore 
harmony between the natural 
and spiritual worlds, the author 
communicates an awareness of 
how nature reflects its Creator, 
and the reality of what it means 
to be a member of His Body. 

The Artist Lecture Series (ALS) 
sponsored Henkel's concert and 
selected Brand's book as 
Olivet's book of the year. 



"Our purpose is to bring to 
campus people of outstanding 
achievement to lecture or 
perforin," says chairman of 
ALS, Dr. George Dunbar. 

Portraying the life of John 
Wesley in a one man play, "A 
Heart Strangely Warmed, "actor 
Paul Thomas spoke in chapel 
and performed in College 
Church in October. In February 
ALS sponsored Luther College 
Choir, directed by Weston 
Noble, from Decorah, Iowa. 
David Aspy and Dr. Paul 



Brand, author of "Fearfully and 
Wonderfully Made, " were two 
special speakers for second 
semester chapel services. 
Pianist, Omar Mejia, performed 
a recital in March as ALS 
continued to bring fine music 
to the campus of ONC. 

"If we all share a concern, it will 
draw us together," says Dr. 
Snowbarger, member of ALS. 
Every event ALS sponsors 
brings people together; books, 
lectures, and conc erts u nite 
diversified people. I®! 



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Handel's Messiah / 45 



Social 
Committee 
Presents a 
White 
Christmas 




A. Punch and hors d'oeuvres were served preceding the meal. 

B. The Red Room is transformed into a winter wonderland. C 
The social committee diligently worked on the banquet 
decorations. D. SAGA provides a delicious buffet for the 
evening. E. Dr. Sayes highlights the evening with the 
Christmas story. F. The Concert Singers entertain for the 
evening. 



46 J Christmas Banquet 





The Christmas banquet featured a collage of delicious food, 
beautiful decorations, and pleasing entertainment reflecting 
the theme of "White Christmas." The rewarding evening was 
the result of long hours and hard work for Penny Reno, vice 
president of social affairs, and her social committee in the 
decorating of Ludwig Center. Decorations consisted of live 
pine trees, ice sculptures, and the complete renovation of the 
Red Room. SAGA food service prepared the evening's meal. 
It was enhanced by dinner music with Alan Bogovich on the 
accordian and piano, The Brotherhood and Journeymen 
Quartets, Kindred Spirit, New Creation, and the New Life 
Trios. Dedication of the banquet was to Dr. Harlow 
Hopkins, who received an anniversary clock in appreciation 
for his service to Olivet. Entertainment consisted of the 
Concert Singers, a piano and clarinet duet by Harlow 
Hopkins and Gerald Anderson, and a presentation of "The 
Fifth Gospel" by Craig McNair Wilson, a professional actor. 
The evening was culminated with Dr. J. Ottis Sayes reading 
the Biblical account of the birth of Jesus Christ. Gradually 
the room became brighter and brighter as a burning candle 
was passed around to every person, each lighting his own 
candle. A flame of Christmas spirit then spread throughout 
the dining hall. Once again, the Christmas banquet was a 
great success. 



Christmas Banquet / 47 



Students Survive 
Late Skate 




Contrary to reputation, Friday evenings at ONC have been transformed 
by a late night activity commonly known as rollerskating. The 
requirements for a night of this kind are simple: one skating rink with 
relatively smooth floors and several hundred Olivetians eager to have an 
exciting and funfilled evening. The laughs begin almost immediately 
upon arrival — usually aimed at the ever-present ones who cannot skate. 
There are always the few thrill-seekers who attempt to dazzle on-lookers 
by forming trains or "cracking-the-whip." The only shortcoming with 
activities of this type seems to be that they are too short. Even in light of 
this however, no one can ever say Friday nights are boring. 



48 I Roller Skating 





Drama Delights 
Youngsters 




"Children's Drama," a January term class, 
performed a play for over 2000 community 
elementary students. Taught and directed by 
Nancy Kendall, the course involved 21 students in 
the production of "The King's Creampuffs." The 
unusually large turnout made it necessary for the 
cast to run ten performances through the last week 
of Interim. Both faculty and students were 
overwhelmed by the response to the production 
and hope to make it an annual event. 

A. Ed Ruddle and Dirk Ellis warm up for an evening on wheels. 

B. Algernon (David Fowler) and Queen Hagalha (Lisa Taylor) 
observe the witch 's anticipated poisoning of the princess. C. Over 
2000 elementary students from eleven area schools attended the ten 
performance production of "The Kings Creampuffs. " D. Doug 
Laymon helps Bekki Yeakle lie up her skates. E. Dave Barnekow 
leans into action. F The cast: Paul Peavey, Cindy 
Schimmelpfennig, David Fowler, Lynn Steinhower, Mike Malone, 
Leslie Bergers, Lisa Taylor, Jude Tennant, Beth Mihay, Michael 
Garriot, Lauri Spotloe. 



Children 's Drama j 49 



Imperials Perform at 
ONC for Fifth 
Consecutive Year 



Music circulated through Chalfant Hall 
February 5 as the Imperials returned to campus 
for their annual concert. Some 1,800 people 
braved sub-zero weather to hear America's 
number one gospel group. 

The audience was far from disappointed as the 
concert proved to be their best ever at O.N.C. 
Charged with energy, the Imperials 
demonstrated what can happen when people 
dedicate their talents to God and then work to 
perfect them. 

Performing all types of music ranging from the 
driving beat of "Higher Power" to the serenity 
of "Pieces" the Imperials strove to share their 
love of Christ with every person there. 

The vocal combinations of Armond's mellow 
bass, Jim's clear tenor, Dave's soothing lead, and 
Russell's unique baritone was just one of the 
reasons the Imperials have won three Grammy 
awards and were nominated again this year. 

Baritone Russ Taff, a favorite of the Olivet 
students, witnessed with unparalleled 
enthusiasm and sincerity throughout his last 

50 / The Imperials 





A. Cowbellist Jim returns with unique support from his colleagues. B.Jim's rich tenor voice shines 
through in "All My Life. "C.Jim Murray, Dave Will, Russell Taff and ArmonJ Morales wave 
goodbye as they receive a standing ovation for their encore performance of "Higher Power. " 
D Russell Taff worships with the Imperials in his last performance at Olivet. 
E. Dick Tunney's first performance at Olivet displays dynamism and professional quality with 
the help of "Donald Duck. " F. Russell's testimony in song expresses his feeling of praise to the 
Lord. G. Steve McElyea adds a new dimension to the Imperials sound through the use of 
synthesizers, a clavinet, and other keyboard instruments. 




Imperial concert at Olivet. He left the group on 
February 13 to serve the Lord in another 
capacity. 

The Imperials received an unexpected surprise 
when Deanna Banks, ASG President, presented 
the group with a cake marking their fifth 
consecutive performance at O.N.C. 

Armond summed up their purpose: "We believe 
there's a message in music — that music is an art 
form we've been given to express how we feel 
about life. The challenge is to use music 
constructively and creatively to express how we 
felt. When we sing, we sing, to convey an idea. 
And we've chosen as our subject a life of joy, 
hope, contentment, and peace — a positive and 
constructive life-style." 

The Imperials / 5 / 



Bed Race 
Raises Funds for 
Muscular 
Dystrophy 




In the spring of 1980 students at ONC 
banded together for a day of excitement and 
fund raising. Olivet's annual Bed Race 
brought in over $100 for Muscular 
Dystrophy. Twelve local patrons sponsored 
five beds to race down Olivet Street, around 
the College Church loop, and back to 
Ludwig Center. The event was sponsored by 
the Sophomore Class of 1982, and was 
coordinated by Connie Simpkins. She 
described the race as a good way to have fun 
and raise funds at the same time. 



52 / Bed Race 





Foreign Travel 
Expands Horizons 



Interim '81 was a remarkable time for several 
Olivet students, as foreign travel provided an 
encounter with cultures, people, and places far 
removed from our own. 

Under the guidance of Professor Harvey Collins 
and Professor Irving Kranich, twenty-two days 
filled with nine countries and countless 
memories were brought to life for 21 students 
under the Parisian lights, through the Swiss 
Alps, and across the Italian countryside. They 
visited Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, France, 
Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and 
through a series of cancelled flights, stopped by 
Canada before heading home. Some of the 



cultural highlights were visiting Anne Frank's 
home, the European Nazarene Bible College, 
the Sistine Chapel, the Roman Coliseum, and 
spending New Year's Eve in Paris. 

A second group of 29 consisting of students, 
professors, pastors, and laypeople traveled in 
January to the Holy Land and Greece. Biblical 
accounts never seemed so real until the tourists 
visited Jerusalem, Jericho, the Garden of 
Gethsemane, the Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, 
and other sites in the Holy Land. The historical 
cities of Athens, Corinth, Phillipi, and Delphi 
with their many famous landmarks were visited 
in Greece. 





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A. A solemn Dick Stenzmger surveys the competition. B. A 
young hoy with a lamh gazes at tourists visiting the Tomb of 
Lazarus in Bethany. C. The team from Chicago Dough 
Company struggles to maintain their place in the race. D. The 
winning team poses with their bed- on -wheels. E. For Gloria 
Babich, Pam Taylor, and Cindy Hyson, the visit to Athens, 
Greece included a rest on Mars Hill in front of the Acropolis. F. 
The Eiffel Tower, one of the most impressive and best known 
monuments in the world, was one of the first landmarks to be 
visited by the student tourists. G In addition to having fun, 
participants also aided a good cause. H. The beautiful scenery 
of Switzerland was enhanced by a fresh snowfall. 



Interim Travel / ' 



Banquet Captures Hearts 



The impressive beauty of the Carlisle 
augmented the elegant atmosphere of the 
Valentine's Banquet. Ladies and gentlemen 
dressed in lace, shades of red, and suited in style 
savored the evening shared with someone 
special. Fragrant flowers, candlelight, and 
melodies of love from violin and piano set the 
scene for romantic twilight. 
The dinner music was provided by Marcus 
VanAmeringen and Alan Bogavich while the 
highlighted entertainment for the evening was 
singing by Steve and Marcia Gardner. 
Those who braved the ice-covered roads to 
enjoy every moment of this special evening 
voted Candy Calas and Doug Bricker the 
Sweetheart Couple. Vernor Horner and Wanda 
Hodge, Debra Vyleta and Ron Evans, and Brian 
Allen and Linda Bradford announced their 
engagements. 



54 / Valentine 's Banquet 





Skaters 

Slip-Slide 

Away 

Friday evening, February 13th, brought luck to 
those in search of a change of the Friday night 
routine. Edgar Allan Poe's "The Pit and the 
Pendulum" brought Vincent Price to the screen 
as the master actor of horror movies. After 
nervously viewing the star chiller, students 
skated at a party sponsored by the Ministerial 
Fellowship. Held at the Kankakee Ice Arena 
from 10:30 to midnight, it was an invigorating 
change. Almost 150 people braved the cold and 
ice, enjoying special skates and "Crack the 
Whip." 





A. Social committee vice president, Penny Reno, welcomes guests 
to she Valentines Banquet. B. Students experience the ups and 
downs of skating. C. Mike Bentz and Alice Steele dine at the 
Carlisle. D. Candy Calas and Doug Bruker are chosen as 
Sweetheart Couple. E. It's harder for Becky Lyke and Linda 
Heinsman to maintain perfect composure when there is a 
cameraman lurking around. F. Doug McKinley lends Libby 
Hines a steady hand on the ice. G. Vernor Horner and Wanda 
Hodge, Debra Vyleta and Ron Evans, and Linda Bradford 
and Brian Allen announced their engagements at the 
Valentines banquet. H. "Crack the Whip" adds to the fun for 
Don Corzine, Alice Steele, Kevin Warner, Becky Vollick, Scott 
Shattuck, and Cindy Steele. 



Ice Skate / ■)") 



Comedy Tickles ONC 





A refreshing perspective was lent to No Big 
Deal Week by the team of Hicks and Cohagen, 
who expressed the humor, excitement, and 
poignance of the Christian life in a variety of 
skits and vignettes. Originating from Northwest 
Nazarene College, Stephen Hicks and Jerry 
Cohagen drew upon their past experiences and 
vivid imagination to entertain the audience with 
humorous interpretations of Christian College 
dating life, various witnessing techniques, and a 
spiritual insight examination. Their outreach 
was apparent as they not only performed but 
also ministered to those who attended by 
pointing out human frailties, traits, habits, as 
well as ways God can help people living today. 

A. Stephen Hicks and Jerry Cohagen argue about the proper 
technique of witnessing. B. Cohagen 's self- image as a new 
Christian is being coached by Hicks. C. As the new pastor of 
College Church, Rev. McCullough addresses a congregation of 
students, professors, and community members each Sunday. D. 
Stephen Hicks asks ONC student Candy Calas for a date using 
the "intellectual" approach. E. Portrayed as father and son, 
Hicks and Cohagen compare family love and communication to 
that of the Church. F. Even a man of God is not free from the 
temptation of a few gumboils! G. One of the many services of a 
pastor is advising on personal, spiritual matters. 




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McCullough 

Accepts 

Pastorate 



College Church is a "positive, redemptive 
church with a tremendous responsibility to be 
an equipping, inspiring model for the students," 
stated the newly established pastor of College 
Church, Rev. Melvin McCullough. Graduates of 
Bethany Nazarene College, Rev. and Mrs. 
McCullough began their ministry here just 
before the spring semester of 1981. Their spirit 
and responsible attitudes are evident as they 
strive to attain the main mission of the church 
— "to shepherd the people and do it regardless 
of whether they be a college member or a part 
of the community; to pastor to everyone." 

From 1961-64 he was at Nazarene Theological 
Seminary and a representative for the Nazarene 
Publishing House. In 1965 he entered his first 
pastorate at a Home Mission in Ft. Worth, 
Texas. 1966-71 he pastored churches in 
Shawnee, Kansas, and First Church of the 
Nazarene in Seattle, Washington. In 1973 he was 
elected Executive Director of the Department 
of Youth Ministries for the Church of the 
Nazarene and served as coordinator of the total 
youth program (Sunday School, Bible quizzing, 
youth camps, and outreach ministries). 1978-81, 
Rev. McCullough pastored at Colorado Springs, 
Colorado, which is adjacent to the Nazarene 
Bible College. 

Rev. McCullough and his wife Geneva (Jeanie) 
have one daughter, Ginger, and one son, 
Christopher. 




New College Church Pastor / .57 



Hostages' 
Return 
Rallies 
America 





A. Paul Lewis and his mother wave happily at friends as 
they ride atop Homer's fire engine in the homecoming 
parade. B. Lewis ' return to his home town of Homer, 
Illinois is marked by "Paul Lewis Day. "C. Part of the 
celebration of Lewis ' return home is a parade. D. As a 
Marine sergeant, Lewis represents America's military 
forces. E. Millions of American prayers are answered by th< 
safe return of the 52 hostages. F. Lewis expressed joy and 
thankfulness in a speech before his fellow townspeople. G. 
Flags line the streets of Washington, DC. and other cities 
to welcome the hostages home. 



58 / Freedom 







by Benny R. Garrett 

Joy at the restoration of pride to a nation that had been humbled for too long 
was but one of the many reactions of Americans to Iran's final release of the 
52 U.S. hostages. Joy rang from church belfries, rippled from flag staffs, and 
wrapped America in a million miles of yellow ribbon. Faces once filled with 
scorn and lost hope changed to laughing, celebrating faces, trailed with 
joyful tears, when President Jimmy Carter briefly closed his red-rimmed eyes 
and offered a prayer of thanksgiving for the hostages' safe homecoming. 

All over America the main streets and high school gymnasiums of otherwise 
unknown small towns became landmarks of national attention when their ex- 
hostage heroes returned home. Such was Homer, Illinois, hometown of 23- 
year-old Marine sergeant, former hostage Paul Lewis. At noon church bells 
sounded and the Homer School Band "The Panthers" marched. The Lewis 
family, riding the "Fun Wagon," a 1939 fire truck used for special occasions, 
was escorted down Main Street by a Marine honor guard, celebrating "Paul 




Lewis Day." The thousands participating in the intimate celebration that 
unified tiny Homer symbolized the restoration of hope to compassionate 
citizens nationwide. 

Although American and Algerian diplomats worked to resolve the crisis, we 
must recognize the thousands who prayed tirelessly for the captives. Faithful 
Americans throughout the 444 days of captivity prayed earnestly, believing 
that God would return their people, just as the Israelites trusted God for their 
freedom after years of bondage in slavery, and God answered. 

On Thursday, January 29, 1981, a day of thanksgiving in the former hostages' 
honor, President Reagan reminded us, as his wife Nancy wept openly, that 
"Greater glory has no man than he (who) lays down his life for another." In 
this light, we must remember all who have served patriotically with their lives: 
from Stephen the first martyr to the Vietnam soldiers. These people, like the 
hostages, have fought in order to restore the hope for which we all live. 



Freedom / 59 





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ashamed, having no evil things to say to you. " 

— Titus 2:8 

A.S.G. Rules With Determination 



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As the first woman to serve as president of 
the Associated Students, Deanna Banks 
represented the student body in problem- 
solving, providing social functions, and any 
student related decisions. The student 
council worked together to see that the 
students of Olivet were fairly represented, 
and as a voice of the students, strove to 
harmonize all aspects of students' lives while 
here at college. 

Many projects were initiated which elicited 
results this year. These projects included 
club day, the airing of away football and 
basketball games on WKOC, establishing a 
new fight song, and the possibility of a 



student discount policy which would enable 
ONC students to shop at a discount in 
participating area stores and businesses. 

The 1981 Nazarene Student Leadership 
Conference was held on the ONC campus 
April 23-25. Each year, at a different 
location, the seminars are conducted for the 
new student leaders of all of the Nazarene 
sister schools. 

On behalf of the student body, ASG 
pledged $600.00 toward the construction of 
the Larsen Fine Arts Center, the Les Parrott 
Fieldhouse, and the new men's dormitory. 





62 / Associated Student Government 




A. Penny Reno, Vice President in charge of Social Affairs. B. Deanna Banks, A.S.G. President. 
C. Candy Calas, A.S.G. Secretary. D. Karen DeSollar, GLIMMERGLASS Editor and Gloria 
Wickham, AURORA Editor. E. Lois Stanard, Vice President of Spiritual Life. F. Senior 
Representatives: L. to R.; Quen Dickey, Linda Manville, Greg Ford, Diane Gamble, other 
member includes Daron Nance. G. Ken Roth, A.S.G. Treasurer. H. Social Committee: L. to R., 
front row; Michelle Tingley, Becky Ahlseen, Vice President Penny Reno, Dawn Bates, Janet 
Warby; second row; Tim Moore, Dave Gross, Mark Parker, Vernon Horner, Marc Collins; third 
row; Missy Zielinski, Lori Steed, Sherri Snead,Janine Kezele, Lisa Bokker, Pam Goudy, Trina 
Heidrick, Heather Hanson, Melinda Davis, Becky Ebert, Cindy Caswell. 



Associated Student Government / 63 



A.S.G 




64 I Associated Student Government 




"Now to him who is able to do exceedingly 
abundantly beyond all that we ask or 
think, according to the power that works 
within us, to Him be the glory in the 
church and in Christ Jesus to all 
generations forever and ever. " 

— Ephesians 3:20-21 

Spiritual Life 

Broadens 

Horizons 



A. Sophomore Representatives; L. to R., Front row: Darla 
Smalley.Jana Friend; Second row: Tim Green, Lynn Hickman. 

B. Lois Stanard, Vice President of Spiritual Life. C. Freshman 
•resentatives; L. to R. President Monti Lobb, Mark Brown, 

Judy Cornelius. D. Candy Calas performs one of her most 
common duties; typing. E. Dr. Sayes enjoys the company of 
Matthew MacKay at a home basketball game. F. Spiritual 
Life Council; L. to R., Front row: foe Crist, Ron Sharpe, David 

7 Second row: Bev Cain, Lauren Lashley, Debbie 
Whilteberry; Third row: Bryan Kirby, Rob Paleno, Grover 

rooks [faculty advisor), Jim Hammerstrand, Vice President 
Lois Stanard. G. Junior Representatives; L. to R , Brenda Frey, 
Mike Bentz.Juli Crabtree, Alice Steele. H. Spiritual Life 
Directors; L. to R., Front row: Joe Crist, Evangels; Bryan 
Kirby, Disciples in Drama; Second row: Debbie Whitteberry, 
Sunrise;J/OT Hammerstrand, Life Song. /. Dean Grover 

rooks, faculty advisor. 




Spiritual Life 

Spiritual Life is the campus organization which 
gives students ways to share their Christian ex- 
perience — both on campus and in churches 
across our educational zone. Spritual Life is 
comprised of five separate groups working 
together to enhance the spirtual mood on cam- 
pus. In participating in various programs, the 
students have the opportunity to demonstrate 
their commitment and service to Christ. 

Life-Song ministries is an evangelistic outreach 
program committed to meeting the needs of 
the local churches. On weekends they con- 
ducted youth rallies and other types of revival 
services. 

Disciples in Drama had traveling teams as well 
as on-campus teams that ministered through 
drama. Their unique and effective approach in- 
cluded puppets that captured the imagination, a 
variety of skits for all ages, and short plays as 
well as good fun that involved everyone. 

Evangels is a community oriented program. The 
members visited a youth detention center, the 
country jail, nursing homes, and the Pembroke 
community. Some of the people reached by 
Evangels experienced their first look at 



66 / Spiritual Life 





someone who really cared for them as a person. 

Sunrise, emphasizing on missions, initiated 
awareness and raised money for their 
designated project. Tied in with Sunrise were 
the Urban Ministries teams who actively par- 
ticipated in furthering the work of the local 
churches in Chicago. 

On-Campus Ministries is the personal aspect of 
Spiritual Life for the students of Olivet. The 
class chaplains worked to plan Prayer Band ser- 
vices and directed floor chaplains in dorm 
devotion times. 

Spiritual Life claimed as their theme, Ephesians 
3:20-21: "Now to Him who is able to do ex- 
ceeding abundantly beyond all that we ask or 
think, according to the power that works within 
us, to Him be the glory in the church and in 
Christ Jesus to all generations forever and ever." 




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A. Sunrise; L. to R., Front row: L. Houston, P. Wilson, M. Blakely, L. Helton, B. Boadway,J. 
Fischer, R. Stephens; Second row, M. Storer, B.G. Mace, L. McPhearson, D. Whitteberry, R. 
Meehling, D. Beaty,. B. Evangels; L. to R., Front row: T. Colms, K. Hail, P. Griffin, G. Nilson, 
J. Moh/er, C. Suttles, C. Vernier; Second row: P. Hardy, M. Bean, L. Steed, S. Boe, L. Hanzelin, 
L. Martens, B. Luttrell,J. Crist, C. Burrie, L. Kranich; Third row: A. Fluder, C. Wilson, P. 
Geselle, D. Spencer, T. Boman, M. Storer, D. Horner, K. Roth, M. Green, T. Crump. C. Class 
Chaplains: Front row: David Egge; Second row: Ron Sharpe, Rob Paleno, Lauren Lashley. D. 
Lifesong; Front row: J. Collins, J. Hammerstrand,]. Workman; Second row: T. Vore, S. King, C. 
Bradbury, T. Salmon, L. Burghorn; Third row: K. Mellington, K. Kirkpatrick, R. Lewis, E. 
Grant; Fourth row: B.Jamison, A. Nilgendorf E. Solomon, N. Memmer; Fifth row: D. Sherar, 
M. Ervin, R. Kinnersley, T. Dilts; Sixth row: K. Britton, K. Brinmstool,]. Garrett, B. Bennett, 
T. Krieger; Seventh row: C. Stanley, D. Watkins, B. Bracken, B. Couchenour, G. Bugbee. E. Bev 
Cain, Spiritual Life Secretary. F. Disciples in Drama; Front row: Keith Bateman, Sheila Bray; 
Second row: Michelle Tingley, Bryan Kirby, Angle Latham, David Gross. G. Vice President 
Lois Stanard takes charge of newly re- established Prayer Band service. 



Spiritual Life / 67 



"This is a day you are to commemorate; for 

the generations to come you shall celebrate 

it as a festival to the Lord — a lasting 

ordinance." _ , 

- hxodus 12:14 

Words and Pictures 
Capture the Year 

The AURORA is a tradition of Olivet. From the first 
volume in 1914, the AURORA has captured the spirit 
ol Olivet and portrayed the Christian atmosphere of 
our "family." The AURORA is seen by the students 
and their families as well as by each church 
supporting Olivet. We are proud of our institution 
and what it stands for, and we have tried to illustrate 
this in this publication of the 1981 AURORA. 

Plans tor an Olivet yearbook begin long before the 
school year commences. From the time of the 
election of the editor, preparations for "the best 
yearbook yet" are underway. Three members of the 
staff attended a seminar/workshop in Dallas, Texas 
where theme ideas, design, technical mechanics of 
the book, goals and objectives were established. 
Then, two other workshops were attended by other 
staff members as well. Keeping up on the latest in 
yearbook technique is one reason the AURORA has 
maintained its qualities of excellence and good taste. 

With editorial advice, the staff, consisting of over 35 
members and 30 photographers, worked many hours 
for this finished product. They are to be 
commended. When you consider that they begin 
with a photo assignment, a. roll of film, a blank rough 
draft sheet, a grease pencil and a rickety old 
typewriter, these people have come a long way to 
produce what you see before you. Talent, 
imagination, stamina and concern for the 
continuation of a worthwhile cause — the AURORA 
— were what it took. Enjoy and appreciate it. 




68 / The 1981 AURORA Staff 




A. Editorial Council — L. to R.:John Hursh, Sports; Janet Warby, Photo; Elaine Morrison, 
Faculty and Photo; Suzy Thompson, Events; Lisa Preston, Groups; Top: Hany Girgis, Ads; Other 
member: Gene Sullivan, Classes. B. Editor-in-chief, Gloria Wickham. C. Assistant Editor, Polly 
Sheppard and Classes Editor, Gene Sullivan conspire on yearbook plans. D. The distinguished 
photography staff. E. Administrative advisor, Rev. Ted Lee. F. The Executive Council — Editor, 
Gloria Wickham; Assistant Editor, Polly Sheppard; Business Manager, Russ Leigh; Head 
Photographer, Tom Deckard. G. Faculty advisor, Dr. Larry Finger. 

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A. Sports Section — Front: Section Editor John Hursh; Middle: 
Kim Tweedy, Leah Condon; Back: Ben Garrett, Don Pierce, 
Monti Lobh, Dan Erickson. B. Faculty Section — L. to R.: Kirn 
Mitchell, Kimberly Tollie, Gary Jenkins, Judyjohnson, Jan 
Swanson, Section Editor Elaine Morrison. C. Advertising 
Section — Theresa Shaw, Dan Swartz, Section Editor Many 
Girgis. D Lane Morrison, Faculty Section Editor and Photo 
Editor, sketches out a rough draft of what has since become an 
outstanding layout. E. Assistant Editor, Polly Sheppard, 
instructs Ray Johnson on basic layout strategy. F. Classes 
Section — Theresa Shaw, Lisa Preston, Lisa Taylor, Section 
Editor Gene Sullivan, Pam Goudy. G. Dawn Kring and 
Kimberly Tollie become experts at cropping the numerous faculty 
mug shots. G. Groups Section — Front row: Annamae Fluder, 
Leslie Bergers, Section Editor Lisa Preston, Janice Clark: Back 
row: Michael Rowe, Ray Johnson. 



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"Write the things which thou hast seen and 
the things which are, and the things which 
shall be thereafter. " 

— Revelation 1:19 

GLIMMERGLASS 
Celebrates 40 Years 

The 1980-81 school year marked the 40ch 
anniversary of THE GLIMMERGLASS. the 
campus newspaper. Written, designed, and edited 
by students, THE GLIMMERGLASS strove to 
keep all students informed about campus 
activities and other aspects of college lite. 

Thirty-five staff members put in long hours to 
produce fourteen issues of the newspaper. 
Students working late nights and delaying 
homework until later helped to produce 
outstanding issues. 

Karen DeSollar, editor; Cindy Franklin, assistant 
editor; Bev Cain, business manager; Rodney 
Carpenter and Rob Reich, sports co-editors; 
made up the executive council. 

This year each issue included regular features 
including Devotional Insights, designed to give 
personal experiences and spiritually strengthen 
others. Also, the Campus Line, an editorial 
column by John Hay, and The Two Shall Be as 
One, a column announcing the engagements of 
students highlighted the 80-81 
GLIMMERGLASS. 

The sports section regularly featured the Tiger 
Spotlight, an in-depth piece on outstanding 
athletes on campus. 

The publication of a twenty-four page 
homecoming issue, the largest in 
GLIMMERGLASS history, illustrated the 
dedication, determination, and the value of and 
respect for the college newspaper. 




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A. Executive Council — Rodney Carpenter, en- spurts editor; Bev Cain, business manager; 
Karen DeSollar, Editor-in-chief; Robert Retch, co- sports editor. Other member is 
assistant editor, Cindy Franklin. B. Kelly Clifton crops pictures for layout. Kelly 
specialized in feature article writing. C. The Staff — Front; Cindy Franklin, Carol 
Gray, Kendra Nelson, Terry Streets, Lisa Preston, Sue Brady, Karen Kiefer; Back Ben 
Garrett, Kevin Hale, Joe Bentz, Dan Runyon, Dave florton. D Editor-in-chief Karen 
DeSollar. E. Sue Brady sets type for each issue. F. Miss L. Windoffer, faculty advisor. G. 
John Hay, a featured columnist who writes "The Campus Line, "displays talent in 
paste- up. 




The GLIMMERGLASS Staff/ 73 



"Commit your work unto the Lord, then it will succeed. " 

— Proverbs 16:3 



Future Entrepreneurs Value 
Business Club Benefits 






One of the largest clubs on campus has been 
the Business Club. The 145 active members 
are students majoring or minoring in 
business or accounting, plus many other 
students who just have an interest in finding 
out more about the role of business in our 
society. 

The activities of the Business Club were 
many and varied during the 1980-81 school 
year. A reception for freshmen business 
majors and minors started the list of many 
activities from which the business club has 
acquired the reputation of being one of the 
most active clubs on campus. 

Other activities included: sponsoring seven 
regular meetings where speakers from 
various companies shared with club 
members their experiences and philosophies; 



preparing a business department brochure 
for current and prospective students; 
building a winning float for the 
Homecoming parade; and profiting the club 
through Halloween pumpkin sales and the 
spring car wash. 

This year's club sponsored two activities that 
hopefully will become traditional. A resume' 
writing workshop was sponsored in the fall 
with several speakers from the different 
functional areas of business. They also 
reinstituted the "Book Mart" to help 
facilitate the sale of used textbooks on 
campus. 

The year closed with the annual Business 
Club banquet which was held at the Bon 
Vivant Country Club of Kankakee. 





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"W hereunto I am appointed a preacher, 
and an apostle, and a teacher of the 
Gentiles." 

— // Timothy 1:11 



"But we know that the law is good, if a 
man use it lawfully. " 

— / Timothy 1:8 

Prepare for 
Professionalism 



Ministerial Fellowship and Pre-Law Club each 
rendered experience and a taste of what is to be 
expected from future professions in their 
particular fields. 

Promoting leadership, confidence and 
fellowship among its members, Ministerial 
Fellowship proved to be a spiritual force on 
campus. A tour of the Nazarene Theological 
Seminary, the Publishing House, General 
headquarters, and Mid-America Nazarene 
College was an annual highlighted event. 
Speakers for Prayer Band were provided by this 



group. The club is both service and personal 
growth oriented. 

Pre-Law, in its second year, was 20 members 
strong, bearing a purpose to develop a source 
of information on procedures, qualifications, 
and needs tor admittance or these students to 
law school. Guest speakers, field trips, 
discussions and informative sessions on the Law 
School Admission Test (LSAT) for admittance 
to law school were featured. 



A. Business Club Officers — Front: Rhonda Knox. Dorothy Heise, Middle; Bruce Durhm, Mark Hopkins, Back: Professor K. 
Armstrong. Greg Ford. Mike Wiese. B. Ministerial Fellowship — Front row. D. Lee. K King, L. Helton. E. Stovall.J. Mohler.J. 
Hay, M. Green, R. Phillips, D. Sherar, Second row: R. Sherwood. S. Tourne, M. Montgomery, K. Cook, C. Cawvey, D. Taylor, K. 
Sandlm, P. Alvord. Third row: B. Panto, P. Fuller. S. CAmeron. D. Sossett. M. Storer, D. McFeeley, M. Thrasher, M. Shockley, 
Fourth row: Prof. Elwanger.J. Carter, R Rhodes, T. Franklin, C. Meinecke, C. Foster, N. Memmer, G. Net/son, M. Midgley. C. 
The Business Club received the prize (or the best club float in the 1'JSO Homecoming celebration parade. D. The Wall Street Journal 
— informing and helping shape our future plans in the business world. E. Mark Montgomery ministers to students on campus. F. 
Pre-Law Club Members — Front row: Professor Gene Shea, advisor; Ed Drake, president; Rick Rice, vice-president; Second row: 
Andy Kirkpatrick, Kathy Kisl, Shauni Gallion, Stan Hansen; Third row: John Hursh, Monti Lobb, Dawn Landwehr. Man 
Collins, Rhonda Knox. 



■ Law and Ministerial Fellowship / 



"Blessed is the man who finds wisdom, the 
man who gains understanding. " 

— Proverbs 3:13 

Educational 
Organizations 
Provide 
Experience 



Seeking to promote excellence in teaching skills 
was the aim of S.E.A. and M.E.N.C. The 
Student Education Association consisted of 
approximately thirty-five students planning on 
teaching careers. Throughout the year, the club 
held meetings, inviting several guest speakers, 
who conducted workshops and seminars. The 
speakers, from various levels of education, 
presented students with new ideas and concepts 
influencing education today. 

The Music Education National Conference is 
part of a nationwide club for all music 
educators. Representing all phases of music 
education, the club strove to supplement 
academic learning by sponsoring monthly 
seminars on various topics. Areas of specia 
emphasis included Marching Band, opera, 
swing choir, and jazz. 



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76 / S.E.A. and M.E.N.C. 



"If we walk in the light as he is in the light, we have 
fellowship with one another. " 

- I John 1:7 

Club Involvement Elicits Fel- 
lowship 

Learning to manage a home involves knowledge in the culinary 
arts, fabrics, and care of the home. The Home Ec. club sponsored 
such activities as the Homecoming Style Show, and a trip to New 
York over Spring Break. 

The Society of Associated Science Students (SASS) hoped to 
promote interest among the departments in the division of natural 
sciences. Activities included photographing meteor showers, and a 
field trip to Chicago Circle Campus. 




A. SEA — Dave Fowler, secretary; Miles Rosenthal, vice 
pres.; Betsy Baker, President; Lois Black, treasurer. B. 
Brenda Lyke, Janet Warby and Brenda Ronnie prepare fm 
the Homecoming style show. C. SASS — L. to R.:Bill 
Ramsey, Dave Bainekow.Judi Cornelius, Rolf Hiss 
Patsy Gezelle, Lori Steed, Dave Ross, Brenda Greenlee, 
Connie Hokanson, Cindy Kisstck, Patty McCoy, Chip 
Humbles, Wade Olivier, Ron Kling, Walter Irons, Neil 
Berry, Fred Muxlow, Cindy Horton, Garyjenkons. D. 
MENC Officers — Front row: Leanne Adams, treasurer; 
Peggy Raue, secretary; Second row; Doug Karl, vice presi- 
dent; Steve Meyers, chaplain; Andy Turnbull, president; 
Angle Futrell, publicity. E. Home Ec. Club — Front row: 
Theresa Vore, Deborah Porter, Second row: Lisa Bennett, 
Raylene Zea, Debbie Felt.Jody Conable, President; Brenda 
Ronne, vice president. Third row: Theresa Coleman, Karen 
Buker,Jaccjueline Buckley, Cathy Howell. 



S.A.S.S. and Home Ec. Club / 77 



"Blessed is the man who finds wisdom. " 



Proverbs 3. :13a 



Clubs Support 
Academics 



Olivet had two national honor societies represented 
on the campus thi> year: Sigma Tau Delta and Kappa 
Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta is an honor society 
restricted to linglish majors and minors with a G.P.A. 
of at least 3-0. Under the leadership of Professor 
Gunnell Jorden, the organization had several poetry 
readings and watched and reviewed many 
Shakespearean plays. 

Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society in 
education is based on the qualities of excellence in 
scholarship, high personal standards, distinction in 
achievement and contribution to education. The 
sixty-eight members were chosen on the basis of 
scholastic achievement (3.2 G.P.A.) and on their 
personal and professional attitudes. This years' events 
included a fall social, a film, and the spring banquet. 




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A. Sigma Tau Delta — Suzy Thompson, Jill Sheets, Irene RivarJ, Professor Gunnell Jorden; 
sponsor, Jul: Crabtree. B. Nursing Students — Front row: Janet Campbell, junior representative; 
Linda Adler, president; Kelly Cowger, vice president. Second row: Jamie English, Ellen McComb, 
secretary; Beverly Blanton, senior representative. Other members include Cindy Hyson, Junior 
representative; Cindy Lundstrom, senior representative. C. Kappa Delta Pi — Front row: /Mania 
Abbott, Pam Andress, Irene Rivard, Sharon Wilson, Theresa Brummett, Karen Buker, Brenda 
Strickland, Jennifer Gilroy, Dana Hayden, Virginia Diane Healy, Dorianne Holt, Patsy Jackson. 
Second row: Karen Voight, Colleen Tew, Denise Stiles, Diane Miller, Celeste Spires, Linda 
Schroeder, Julie Schneider, Linda Riegle, Susan Mundy, Faye Mohr, Turid Larsen, Mark Nass, 
Andy Turnbull. Third row: Dr. Sara Spruce, sponsor; Joy Garton, president; Connie DiPietro, vice 
president; Martha Staley, secretary; Jill Sheets, historian; Dr. Harry Westfall, treasurer. D. Amid 
the rigorous schedule of an ONC nursing student, there is still time for humor. E. Linda Adler 
and Kelly Cowger perfect their skill of administering shots. F. Professor Harvey Collins, co-sponsor 
of Kappa Delta Pi. 




78 / Honor Clubs 




"As a prisoner of the Lord, then, I urge 
you to live a life worthy of the calling 
you have received. " 

— Ephesians 4:1 

Nursing Students 
Prepare for 
Future Careers 

Nursing Students in Action is a governing 
body that facilitates communication 
between students and faculty. Also serving 
to provide programs that represent the 
fundamental and current professional 
interests of its students, the organizations 
sponsored several activities. Included in 
these activities were an all school film, NSA 
Halloween Party, Annual Christmas 
Banquet, and several fund-raising activities. 





Nursing Students in Action / 79 



"Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for 
building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen ". 

— Ephesians 4:29 



Drama Club Presents Plays to 
Community and Campus 



The Drama Club kept busy performing 
different plays, the largest being "The Robe" 
by John McGreevey, which was presented at 
Homecoming. Besides on campus 
performances, they also presented it to the 
public at the Bradley Bourbonnais 
Community Center. Striving to integrate 



Olivet with the surrounding community, the 
club put on other area presentations 
including one for a womens civic club. 
Drama Club is sponsored by Professor 
Stephen Vanciel and under the leadership of 
president Bob Wisneski. 




80 J Drama Club 





"Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you 
will fulfill the law of Christ. " 

— Galatians 6:2 

Circle K Serves the 
Community Through 
Outreach 



Community service is what Circle K is all about. Through 
the efforts of Circle K, children who are slow learners or 
have social difficulties are helped by Olivet students 
serving as tutors. Several activities were also held for 
these children, including Christmas and Halloween 
parties and a spring fling. Circle K also sponsored the 
annual blood drive, peanut day, and tootsie roll day. 



A.Jackie Sweet rehearses her roles as Cornelia Gallino with Cornelia 's love from '"The Robe. " B. The look of 
awe this child displays describes the feelings of the children at the Halloween Party. C. Drama Club members 
— Front: B. Gooden, M. Eash, K. Bateman, C. Franklin, A. Latham, R. Armstrong. Second row: P. Peavey, 
K. Seeds, B. Lyke, M. Hanstad, K. Rodgers, M. Malone. D. Marlin Hanstad as Marcellus Gallino and Bob 
Wisneski as Demetrius rehearse "The Robe. " E. Brenda Thorton and J 'ami Knight assist Dick Stenzinger in 
his Great Houdini act. F. These children enjoy their part as the clowns at the Circle K Party. G. Circle K 
officers — Seated: Brenda Thorton. Standing: B. McCoy, J. Knight, B. Yeakle. 



Circle K Club / 81 






"He commanded us to preach to the people 
and to testify that he is the one whom God 
appointed as judge of the living and the 
dead. " 

- Acts 10:42 



WKOC Transmits with 
Additional Sound 

Emphasizing the quality of the station WKOC, 
the on-campus radio station hopes to increase 
its listening audience. WKOC is the training 
ground for future broadcasters graduating from 
Olivet. Probably its finest achievement yet is the 
expansion on braodcasting of away football 
and basketball games. The easy-listening and 
religious musical selections may be enjoyed by 
students and community listeners as well. 

WKOC is staffed under the sponsorship of 
Donald Toland and the direction of Shelly 
Glendenning. One of Professor Donald 
Toland's biggest hopes for the station's future is 
to receive FM stereo licensing from the FCC. 



A. WKOC officers — Seated: S. Glendenning, Dr. Toland. Standing: K Ulis, K. Owens, K. 
Cannon, B. Dick Shook is ready for the slopes! C. Varsity club officers — Front row: K. 
Hermiz, L. Herman. Second row: D Stack, Coach Patterson, C. Schtmmelpfennig, Coach 
Doenges, B. Wilson. Back row: Coach Watson, D Bricker,J. Slimborski, Coach Newsome. D 
Gary Griffin types up the latest information for WKOC broadcasting. E. and F. Dan Birch 
and Connie Simpkens enjoy their roles as disc jockies as they produce the sound for WKOC. 
G Dick Shook, Brenda Ronne, Cheryl Hill, and Patti Shook display the skiing equipment 
they use on their trips. H.Jeff Habedank accepts the Dr. Sullen Kelly Award. 



82 I WKOC 





"I have fought the pood fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. " 

— 2 Tim. 4:7 

Clubs Add New Dimensions to an Athlete's Life. 



During the 1980-81 school year many of the 

I sports enthusiasts on campus joined 
together to promote a favorite activity, thus 
forming the Ski Club. 

Under the leadership of their president and 
the sponsor Patti Shook, the club held many 
fund raising activities including the sale of 
Christmas wreaths, candy-grams, and 
bewitching carnations. Also sponsored by 
the Ski Club were several fun-filled skating 
parties. 



Varsity club, after completing its first year, 
proved to be a successful addition to the 
organizations on campus. Promoting interest 
and participating in intercollegiate sports for 
men and women was the goal of the athletes 
in Varsity Club. To raise funds for the newly 
formed club, they sold refreshments at the 
home basketball games. They also 
sponsored the B.J. Thomas concert during 
fall semester. 



Ski Club and Varsity Club / 83 



"So in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member 
belongs to all the others. " 

- Romans 12:5 

WRA Enlivens 
Campus Life 

Adding excitement and spiritual benefit to the lives of the female 
students, WRA sponsored many activities, a Twirp Week during the last 
of September and first of October. The annual event of a Twirp Weekend 
was also held in March. Under the sponsorship of Beverly Lee, WRA 
members were in charge of the Coronation and reception during 
Homecoming. They conducted a mother-daughter weekend, April 24-26. 
Also several prayer breakfasts, and a special interest night have been part 
of WRA's sponsorship. 



A. WRA officers — clockwise: D. Dikeman, C. Wichter, L. 
Bentz, M. Staley, B. Lee, K. Gillett, and D. Calvin. B. 
Foosball tournament winners, Benson and Rice display their 
awards with runners-up, Ross and Lyle. C.John Burchfield 
concentrates on the banjo during the pie social. D. Daron Nance 
and Sara McClung perform for the pie social. E. The MRA 
hayride is a time of having fun and watching films. F. 
Foosball tournaments are a time of deep concentration for 
Georlitz, Ross, St. John, and Wisneske. G. WRA Council — 
Front row: S. Barker, R. Gramme, D. Calvin, S. Rodriguez, K. 
Gillett. Second row: L. Bentz, L. Black, D. Dikeman, and D. 
Landwehr, and B. Lee. Third row: M. Staley, C. Nichter, H. 
Hansen, J. Martin, P. Houdy, S. Huck, S. Burrous, and R. 
Fisch. H. MRA Council — Front row: J. Fly, B. St. John, Prof 
A. Grey, Second row: E. Ruddle, B.Jones, D. Wellmon, D. 
Stenzinger. Back row: R. Frazier, S. Sanders, J. Nugent. 




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"Whoever loves his brother lives in the light and there is 
nothing in him to make him stumble. " 

— I John 2:10 

MRA Adds Enrichment to 
Student Life. 



MRA strove to work harmoniously with the 
administration in providing exciting and 
interesting activities for the students during 
the 1980-81 school year. During the fall 
semester the MRA Council sponsored a 
foosball tournament, hayride and a father- 
son weekend. When Dick Steinziner, MRA 
president graduated in December, Bill Jones 
took office, continuing the success of the 
fall semester by holding a dutch-treat 
weekend and the annual canoe trip. 



Men 's Residence Association / 85 




Under the direction of Dr. Harlow Hopkins, Florida. They also performed at Trevecca 

Concert Band experienced a very good year. Nazarene College. 

The year began with a retreat for all 

members. Locally, the band played in chapel, at area 

churches and presented special concerts. 

Tours this year included a fall trip through Several pep bands were also formed to play 

Southern Indiana and a ten day stay in at various sporting events. 




86 / Concert Band 




"It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, Most High, to the music of 
the ten-stringed lyre and the melody of the harp. " 

— Psalm 92:1, 3. 

Orchestra Possesses Artful Air 



As one of the oldest organizations on campus, 
orchestra has participated in campus activities 
throughout the past fifty years. Previously 
directed by Ovid Young, the orchestra is now 
under the direction of Professor Matthew 
Airhart and Dr. Harlow Hopkins. 



During the school year the orchestra presented 
fall and spring concerts, including 
performances at the Homecoming Concert, 
Messiah, and commencement exercises at 
graduation. 




A. Concert band officers — Front row: J. Kotesky, B Keffer, B. Franseen,J. Clark. Back row: E Penrod,J. 
Williams, L. Keffer, H. Hopkins, J. Leston. B. Dr. Harlow Hopkins directs orchestra during rehearsal. C. 
Concert band — Front row: P. Rowe, L. Adams, K. Leamon.J. Trotter, D. White, D. Smalley, S. Myers, S. 
Bennett, K. Hoover, A. Beck, and L. Cook. Second row: J. Kotesky, D. Rees, K. Titterington, F Muxlow, M. 
Hutson, R. Daniel, T. Combs, P. Davis, D. Miller, C. Howell, R. Sorn, M. Bean, B. Alger, D. Miller, E. Ellis, 
and B. Franseen. Third row: M. Causey, S. VanMeter, D Strange, M. Shockey, R. Reed, H. Williams, L. 
McRoberts, D. Smith, J. Clark, B. Manessier, T. Hawley, L. Keffer, D. Watkins, W. Armentrout, R. 
Peckham, B.Jamison, and T. Godby. Fourth row: E. Penrod, C. Adams, B. Gerstenberger, M. Miles, G 
VanTine, D. Fanning, B Keeton, R. Burch, D. Cook, D. Klein, J. Williams, B. Keffer, A. Turnbull.J. 
Leston, E. Bergstron. Standing: Dr H Hopkins, B. Burchfield, R Sapp, A. Futrell, D. Doliber, and S. White. 
D. Orchestra — Front row: S. Prior, L. Black, J. Cooper, C. Hill, J. Grothaus, R. Peckham. Second row: S. 
White, P. O'Neal, W. Carlson, R. George, A. Beck, L. Cook, S. Myers, D. Smalley, M. Burchfield. Third row: 
D. Smith, R. Roth, M. Miles, B. Gerstenberger, A. Turnball, B. Keffer,]. Williams, S. Hart. E. Ron 
Peckham, Jan Kotesky, and Doug Klein practice with president, Steve Myers. F. Ron Peckham, Doug Klein, 
and Jan Kotesky help one another with their violin pieces. 



Orchestra / 87 



"Sing for joy to God our strength, shout aloud to the God of Jacob. " - Psalm 8 1: 1 

Orpheus Highlights the Year With 
a Trip to Colorado. 



Orpheus Choir, performing sacred music 
under the direction of Dr. George Dunbar, 
is Olivet's largest and busiest vocal group. 
Throughout the year they had many 
performances including chapel, fall and 
spring concerts and the homecoming sacred 
concert. They also presented the annual 
variety show, a mixture of comedy, music, 



and drama. Highlighting the year was the 
performance at the Bill Gaither Praise 
Gathering and the January tour to Colorado. 
They traveled to Colorado to spend ten days 
sightseeing, relaxing, and singing. They sang 
at theAir Force Academy, Denver First 
Church, the Bible College as well as other 
churches. 




88 / Orpheus Choir 




"Praise the Lord. How good it is to sing praises to our 
God, how pleasant and fitting to praise him!" 

-Psalm 147:1 

Concert Singers and 
Vikings Use Their Talent 
for the Lord. 

Concert Singers consisted of seventeen talented vocalists 
who performed both on and off campus during the year. 
Singing mostly religious music, the group gave students 
important performance experience as they represented Olivet 
locally and in surrounding states. 

The Viking Male Chorus had an interesting year during 
1980-81 as they took a trip to Texas and also sang at a 
wedding. During spring break the Chorus headed south for 
Houston, while in October they sang at the wedding of last 
year's Viking Male Chorus president. On campus they co- 
sponsored a variety show and went Christmas caroling with 
Treble Clef Choir. 



A. Gay Myers, Rebecca Nichols, and Cheryl Bitner gel packed for the trip to Colorado. B. Concert 
Singers — Front row: J. Hay, B. Swartz, T. McGill, D. Nance. Second row: A. Futre/l, A. Hunt, C. 
Spires, T. Frame, S. White, J. Bell, J. Friend. Back row: S. Bitner, R. Wilson, J. CrabtreeJ. Postin, C 
King, D. Erickson, and Dr Dunbar. C. Orpheus Choir — Front row: C. Spires, K. Kirkpatrick, B. 
Swartz, M. Erickson, D Dikeman, D. Reddtck, K. Watson, B. Gibson, D. Holmquist, L. Maurer, B. 
Golay, S. Glendenning. Second row: R. Golay, L. Conden, S. White, P. Bick, S. Mundy, C. Stiles, C. 
Green, J. Friend, P. Reno, R. Nichols, and J. Tripp. Third row: M. Blakely, S. Bitner, G Myers, S. 
Freeman, R. Gross, T. McGill, J. Crabtree, R More/and, A. Futrell, L. Garvin, C. King, J. Guyer, N. 
Cole, J. Cooper. Fourth row: A. Bogovich, F. Mellish, G. Deming, D. Meadows, M. Parker, D. Nance, 
T. Barnes, W. Armentrout, T. Frame, D. Karl, A. Hunt, T. Gunter, G. Davey, T. Strickfaden, G. 
Vantine. Fifth row: S. Carlson, T Kellerman, D Erickson, J. Bell, B Nichols, T. Godby.J. Postin, M. 
Burchfield, P. Kizzee, R. Tripp, S. Golay, S. Gould, R Wilson, G Meinecke, G. Small, J. Hay. D. 
Viking Male Chorus — Front row: A. Hilgenorffer, T. Reip, M. Reilly, M. Stevens, S Gordon, R 
Drake, G. Sullivan, L. Fosnaugh, P Whitlow, M. Garriott, P. O'Neal. Second row: D. Robbins, T. 
Whitteberry, T. Baoman, A. Robinson, T. Travis, D. Walker, B. Coffey, G. True, K. Bateman, E. 
Drake, M. Hoffert, T. Harry. Back row: B. Thomas, R. Showers, D. Fowler, C. Nicholson, G. Culver, T. 
Barber, T. Wallers, S.Johnson, D. Swartz, J. Goodhue, D. Harton.J. Barker. E. Orpheus officers — 
Front row: Secretary, D. Dikeman: 2nd Vice-president,]. Crabtree: Librarian, J. Cooper; Robarian, A. 
Futtrell; Second row: Historian, A. Boogavich; 1st Vice-president, J. Postin; Chaplin, D Meadows; 
President, J. Bell; and Business manager, D. Nance. F. Dedicated and talented, Mark Stevens 
accompanied the Vikings on piano each performance. 



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"Serve the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. " 

- Psalm 100:2 

Treble Clef Performs Local Concerts 



Treble Clef completed its second year under 
the direction of Maria Kinsey. Some of its 
outstanding performances were at College 
Church and at the Homecoming Sacred 
Concert. On tour in Three Rivers, Michigan; 
Winchester, Indiana; and Hunington, 



Indiana, the ladies ministered to churches 
through their vocal songs and handbell 
performances. Selling M & M's and co- 
sponsoring the Viking — Treble Clef Variety 
Show they raised their funds for their tours. 





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"With trumpets and the blast of the ram's horn — shout 
for joy before the Lord, the King. " 

- Psalm 98:6 

Brass Consort and Stage Band 
Add a New Style of Music. 

The music department is a very important part of the Olivet 
community and provides many organizations when students can 
display their talents — two of those being brass consort and 
stage band. 

Brass Consort, a nine member group directed by Professor 
Matthew Airhart, concentrated on perfecting its music rather 
than just playing it. The Consort, which included some of the 
best brass players on campus, had a busy year presenting several 
concerts and playing in churches. 

New to the Olivet campus this year was the twenty member 
Stage Band, directed by Dr. Harlow Hopkins. Playing 
contemporary and jazz music, the band strove to familiarize 
themselves with music and techniques to teach in the public 
schools. The band played for the Gong Show, concerts, and 
served as the pep band for home basketball games during 
Interim. 







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A. Brenda Harmon shows the skill with which handbells play. B. Stage Band: Front row: D. 
Egge, W. Armentrout, R. Peckham, T. Godby, B.Jamison, J. Trotter, F. Fitzwater, S. Myers. 
Second row: D. Klein, A. Turnbull, D. Ruth, J. Leston, R. Burch. Third row: E. Penrod, M. 
Miles, C. Adams, B. Coffey, B. Gerstenberger, B. Burchfield, L. Condon, R. Sapp, Dr. Hopkins, 
M. Burchfield, C. Treble Clef — Front row: M. Kensey, A. Beck, R. Fisher, S. Geist, C. Chainey, 
M. Bean, S. Berbaum, M. Shockey, L. Steed, C. Hyson, W. Carlson. Second row: K. Snyder, J. 
McCoy, J. Lee, P. Ingersoll, M. Rittenhouse, K.Jones, K. Titterington, C. Rose, D. White. Third 
row: T. Dilts,J. Arnold, M. Wooden, L. Hines, D. Bridegroom, R. Kinnersley, K. Paffenroth, C. 
Peclman, M. Hicks, P. Davis. Fourth row: C. Poling, V. Kirby, B. King, C. Post, L. Kranich, B. 
Harmon, K. Oliver, N. Keeling, C. Campbell, D. Brass Consort — C. Adams, M. Miles, R. Roth, 
D. Smith, J. Leston, J. Williams, B. Keffer, A. Turnbull, B. Gerstenberger, Prof. M. Airhart. E. 
Handbell Choir: C. Hyson, K. Oliver, C. Chainey, R. Fisher, L. Kranich, B. Harmon, P. Ingersol. 
F. Rusty Burch and Mark Burchfield contribute greatly to Stage Band's sound. 



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A. Journeyman Quartet — Front row: G. Smith, G. Davey. Back row: G. VanTine, R. Wilson, 
D. Meyer, M. Fox. B Brotherhood Quartet — Front row: D. Karl, A. Hunt, S. Lovett, R. Burch, 
Second row: S. Meyers, T. Cluck. C. Kindred Spirit Trio — T. Bick, S. Freeman, D. Stiles, S. 
White. D. New Life Trio — Front row: B. Tyler, C. Oliver. Back row: L. Purdue, V. Gross. 






The Prais 



by Kim Twee< 

Performing at the Bill Gaither Praise Gatherii 
has quickly become a tradition for Orpheus I 
Choir as they participated in their third festiv; ! 
this year. The annual Praise Gathering was he! 
November 20-22 at the Convention Center in 
Indianapolis, Indiana. 

The Praise Gathering consisted of mini- 
concerts, siminars, and services throughout tl 
day and a large gospel concert in the evening 
The Seminars concerned Christian living wit! 
an emphasis on Christian families, finance an- 
marriage. A musical seminar was also held 
during the gathering. 

The Bill Gaither Praise Gathering started out 
relatively small, just as praise through song. 
Now, six years later, nearly 8,000 people 



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lathering 



tended and listened to such notable speakers 
Dr. Leslie Parrott, Bob Benson, Reuben 
elch and Charles Colson. The number of 
)spel performers has also widened to include 
oug Oldham, Nielson and Young, Debbie 
Done, Larnell Harris, Amy Grant, Cynthia 
awson, Don Francisco, Orpheus Choir, and of 
>urse the Bill Gaither Trio. 

livet students participated in the weekend 
stival feeling that it was a time of spiritual 
owth and benefit. This year Bill Gaither 
xiated one hundred tickets to the Olivet 
udents who wished to attend. M 



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"Sing to the glory of bis name; offer him 
glory and praise. " 

- Psalm 66:2 



Trios and 
Quartets Use 
Their Talent for 
Educational Zone 

The Office of Development sponsored four 
musical groups to perform and represent 
Olivet across the educational zone. This year 
Kindrid Spirit, New Life Trio, The 
Journeymen and the Brotherhood Quartet 
were the chosen groups. 

Throughout the year the singers performed 
in chapel, church services, district 
assemblies, zone rallies and revivals. During 
the summer they traveled and witnessed to 
many while working in youth camps. 



After Strong Beginning 
Football Team Finishes 5-4 




Incorporating pride, unity, and 
excellent individual ability, the 
1980 football team was turned into 
a winning tradition. Offensively, 
the Olivet football team finished 
first in the conference, averaged 
325 yards per game, and finished 
second defensively. In addition, 
the Tigers' produced many 
individual accomplishments, 
including the Dr. Seldon Kelley 
award, presented to Jeff Habedank 
Team most valuable player, Kent 
Coffey, outstanding offensive 
lineman, Mike Bear, offensive 



back, David Bruce, defensive 
lineman, Kent Coffey, offensive 
back, Steve Sanders, special team 
player of the year, Jim Farber, most 
improved, Bruce Brown, best 
freshman, David Bruce, most 
valuable offensive scout, Tim 
Robinson, and most valuable 
defensive scout Mike Manville, all 
helped the team succeed in a 
winning season. Ernie Vanderstein 
finished tenth in the nation with a 
40.9 yard punting average and 
Kent Coffey battled for the 
coveted ail-American award. 




96 / Football 




A. 1980 ONC Tiger's — L to R, Front row: R. Myers, trainer;]. BiscoeJ. Rattle, K. Richardson, 
head coach; G. Newsome, I,. Miller, B. Dorton. Row two: S. Auch, T. Erickson, R. McDuffe, j. 
Habedank, M. Bear, K. Coffey, M. Stuck, J. Burggrat, D. DeRose. Row three: P. Moon, D. 
Erickson, D. Mucci, R. Hansen, S. Sanders, D. Foster, T. Frazier, G. Wilder son, C. Dillman. 
Row four: D. Coleman, M. Manville, D. Brown, B. Brown, J. Killian, M. Conway, D. Newsome, 
T. Robinson, A. Kirpalrick. Row five: S. Shelby, A. Dillman, J. Allen, B. Fjchinson, B. Kenser, S. 
Allen, T. McCann, B. McElroy, E. Vandersteen. Row six: D. Hayes, S. Harvey, S. Finckbohn, M. 
Ward, K. Ware, S. Hetherington.J. Kelhnhofer, S. Allen, R. Cotner. Row seven: J. Farber, R 
Blockway, G.Jenkins, D. Taylor, B. Riesen, D. Shuler.J. Goudy, D. Marsh, R. Petrucha. Row 
eight: D. Barnekow, R. Hissom, R. Mitchell, M. Geiselman, M. Turnbull, B. Shinn, R. Lashley, 
S. Bruce, W. Mattox. B. All-purpose man, Steve Auch, heads down field. C. Fullback David 
Bruce gains yardage on a carry against Millikin. D. Offensive line coach, John Rattle, discusses 
what he wants done by the offensive team. E. Defensive back Mark Stuck races toward paydirt. 
F. Dallas Mucci finds himself entangled with an Anderson defender. G. Darrell Harvey cradles 
a pass inside the ten yard line. 




Football Finds 

Success 

With New Coach 




98 / football 




A. Finger-tip catches are common for split-end Dino DeRose. B. Freshman, Mark Ward talks 
with teammates on the sidelines. C. All eyes are centered on the action as coaches Richardson and 
Newsome are flanked by Dee Foster and company. D. Perhaps the most valuable person to the 
team is Trainer, Randy Myers. E. Tackle, Mike Conway, provides protection as Jeff Habedank 
sets up to pass. F. The Tiger 's defensive line anticipates the snap to the punter. 



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Winning Tradition 

Built 

On Pride and Unity 




A. The scoreboard says it all as the Tigers defeat Concordia. B. Dallas Mucci concentrates on 
Jeff Habedank 's throw as a Millikm defender prepares to make the hit. C. The center, Kurt 
Ware, plays the pit. D. Who says that football is a non-contact sport? E. Mike Conway 
blocks against Milliken, while Steve Auch carries the ball. F. Tailback Mark Wacd puts a 
few moves on Concordia 's defense. G. Steve Auch comes back to throw a pass. H. Jim, Rick 
Burggraf McDuffee, Dallas Mucci, and Tracey Erickson take a breather as teammate 
Donnell Coleman joins them. 






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Football I 101 



Young Team Gains Experience 




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/). L /o r., Standing: R. Gray, assl. coach; J. Kring, asst. coach; B. Wilson, R. Collins, J. Eltason, 
J Rose, J Jones, J. Brown, R.Johnson, S. Bone, T. McFallJ. Culp, coach. Kneeling; T Lesion, G. 
Jenkins, R.Johnson, D. Gibson, D Powell, P. Walker, M. Smith, E. Larson, T. Bardy, T. Weeks. 
B. Tim Bardy exhibits soccer skill. C.Jeff Brown appears in command of the situation. D.John 
Eliason tackles the opponent in his effort to gain control. E. Skilled fast action dribbling gives 
Eliason the chance for a quick getaway. E.Jeff Brown contains the ball while the opponent 
struggles to break away. G. Tim Bardy receives a pass and continues action. 







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102 I Soccer 





The Tiger's success was measured 
this year at the Bethel College 
Soccer Tournament. The three year 
old Tiger team took third and later 
in the season, defeated the 
tourney's second place team. 

In its quest for varsity recognition, 
the kickers took on some tough 
competition from schools where 
soccer had become increasingly 
popular. According to Coach John 
Culp, the best games the Tigers 
played were against St. Joseph (4-1) 
and Aurora (2-5). Although they 
lost to Aurora, the Tigers proved 



they could be tough competition. 

Returning veterans and a large 
number of freshmen enabled the 
team to play better than before. 
Even though the record was the 
same as the '79 season (3-14), the 
Tigers allowed fewer goals and 
scored more than in the past. 

The Tiger soccer team produced 
an all-conference player, John 
Eliason. Freshman, Tim Weeks, 
was also named to the NCCAA 
district team. 



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A.John Eliason goes in for score. Eliason was top scorer among the kickers this year with 12 goals. B.John Eliason waits 
for an easy break. C. MVP Tim Weeks and sophomore Jeff Brown find another meaning to soccer lingos' "break away." 
D. Assistant coach John Kring gives team members individual attention. E. Stan Boice sets up to put the ball up field. F. 
Tim Bardy, chipping the ball, takes advantage of a chance to move up field. G.Jim Jones makes a determined attempt to 
break up a pass while teammate Kick Johnson is ready to assist. 



Soccer / 105 



Experience and Eagerness 
Make for A Better 
Women's Tennis Team 





For the past four years, the 
women's tennis team had 
experienced a low slump in 
their record which began to 
pick up last year. Coming from 
one win and fifth place in the 
conference, they've climbed to 
two wins and fourth place in 
the conference tournament. It 
may not seem like much, but 
after only one win in four years 
those two wins have built up 
excitement and anticipation 
towards a better winning season 
next fall. 

Coach Doenges was very 



pleased with the team this year. 
Both spiritually and athletically 
the team matured during the 
season. A graduating senior, 
Cindi Schimmelpfennig, in her 
fourth year at Olivet, proved to 
be a great asset to the team. Led 
by their number one player, 
Tamme Akridge, a junior 
transfer student, the women 
look forward to next year with 
vigor and enthusiasm. 1981 
shows potential for stronger 
players, both old and new with 
a more competitive capability 
and a long-awaited winning 
season for Olivet. 



HXi J Wnmen'i Tenn 








A. Number one singles player, Tamme Akridge returns a backhand behind the baseline. B. 
Second year player Mindy Vaught shows her forehand form. C. Liz Cornell, veteran varsity 
player, takes a breather. D. Karen Me/gaard displays the strength of her forehand. E. First year 
varsity member Bonnie McKnight anticipates her opponents next shot. F. Coach Doenges discusses 
strategy with her team. G. Sophomore Karen Melgaard vollies a shot back. H. 1980 ONC Girl's 
Tennis — L to R: L. Cornell, M. Vaught.J. Rodgers, T. Akridge, K. Melgaard, C. 
Schimmelpfenning, M. Miracle, B. McKnight, Coach Doenges. 



Women 's Tennis / 107 



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Coach Names Team Spirit 
As Greatest Asset 







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A. L. to R.; D. Hildreth, P. Galhman.J. Lewis, J. Sltmbarskt.J. Gray, Standing; B. Patterson, 
coach; T. Harris, L. Herman, S. Pokorny, L. Sessink, S. Brady, D. Rhodes, J. Boardman, D. 
Rantz, manager. B. Sue Brady confers with the referee during a break in pre- game warm-ups. 
C. Concentration level is high as Tanya Harris scores despite rivals' defense. D. A circle of 
concern — the Tigers gather to play strategy. E. Lynelte Sessink spikes against opponent while 
Julie Cray is poised for return. F. Teammates look on as Sue Brady makes a crucial save. G. Deb 
Hildrelh foils opponent's attempt to block shot. H.Janae Sltmbarski prepares to return while Lisa 
Herman lends support. I.Janet Boardman sets up the play as J. Cray, L. Herman, and J. 
Sltmbarski move in. 



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Despite their great team spirit, this 
year's- girls volleyball team was 
plagued by a series of misfortunes 
evidenced by their 5-13-1 season 
record. Coach Brenda Patterson 
was optimistic, saying that this was 
the best Olivet volleyball team she 
has ever coached. Highlights 



included a 94 percent accuracy in 
serving and the exceptional job of 
playing the net. Lynette Sessick 
was named to the NIIC all- 
conference team. Others 
nominated from Olivet were Sandi 
Pokorny, Sue Brady, and Julie 
Cray. 




New Talent Added 
to Experience Yields 
Great Potential 




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A. Pat Martin outjumps his opponent by a wide margin. B. Tim Hess fires from the corner as 
the Tiger's offense shifts to support him. C. Gary Corzett scores with a lay-up as stunned 
opponents look on. D.Jeff Kenser sinks a jump shot from 15 feet out. E. Gary Corzett attempts 
a jump shot as Daryl Nelson sets up the defense. F. Coach Hodge reveals the game plan as 
starters take a breather. G. R. Woolard and P. Gard spark the Tigers to a victory over 
Circleville. 




Basketball I 111 



Cagers 
Face Tough 
Competition 



A. Junior guard, John Jaynes, demonstrates his poise with this 18 foot jump shot. B. Despite 
opponents efforts, Junior Pat Martin scored from the corner. C. Daryl Nelson stretches for the 
rebound. D. Junior Jeff Kenser concentrates on his shot from the outside. E. Skyler Hasselbring 
wrestles down another rebound. F. Senior center, Gary Corzett, reaches for the sky as he scores 
against the seemingly helpless competition. G. Keith Peachy drives in for 2 points on a fast break 



1 12 j Basketball 





Olivet's Tigers entered the Illinois 
Wesleyan College game with a 4-3 
record. They planned to improve 
this by downing the I.W.C. Titans 
on their own court. However, on 
December second the odds were 
against the Tigers. The Titans' 
record against Olivet was 3-0 and 
they were determined to keep their 
record perfect. 

Leading the ONC attack were 
junior, Daryl Nelson and senior, 
Gary Corzett, both at 6'5 who were 
averaging 18.1 and 17.1 points per 
game, respectively. 

The defense had its hands full with 
I.W.C.'s high-scoring captain Greg 
Yess, and while the offense 



continued to score, the 'Yess-man,' 
who just a week later would 
shatter all the records of Jack 
Sikma (now of the Seattle 
Supersonics) by scoring 47 points 
against Indiana Central, was held 
to a mere 11 points. Daryl Nelson 
led the scoring for the Tigers with 
his 19 points, followed closely by 
Gary Corzett, with 18, who led in 
rebounds by pulling down 14. Also 
contributing to this 66-65 win over 
I.W.C. was Pat Martin, with 12 
points. Keith Peachy and Mark 
Fleming added 9 and 8 points 
respectively. This victory gave the 
Tigers a 5-3 record and set them on 
the road to another winning 
season. 



Basketball I 113 



Proof is in the 
Winning 




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A. Varsity Basketball Team: R Hodge, Coach, J. Allhands, G. Corzett, D. Nelson, J. Clark, J. 
Hodge, S Hasselbring, K Richardson, Assistant Coach, L. Moon, M. Fleming, T. Hess, K. 
Peachy, P Martin, J, faynes, R Myers, Trainer, T. Hardyman, Manager. 

B. Lamont Moon makes a class pass against Concordia. C. Senior Mark Fleming scores two 
against a Concordia powerhouse. D Freshman Tim Roberts fights for possession of the ball. E 

John faynes soars for a rebound. F Daryl Nelson scores on a jumpshol as helpless opponents look 
on. G. Junior Varsity Basketball Team: K. Richardson, Coachfj.Jaynes, T Roberts, J. Allhands, 
J. Clark, J. Hodge, S. Hasselbring, M. Moon, D Malone. 



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Several factors contributed to the 
successful 1980 basketball season 
at Olivet. Three starters from '79 
gave a strong nucleus on which to 
build. Several sophomores and 
freshmen playing important roles 
added depth to the cagers. 

The Tigers proved they could 
handle the toughest schedule ever 
in the history of Olivet basketba 
They faced nationally ranked 
Quincy and, in the district, highly 
ranked Illinois Wesleyan and 
McHendry. 



A highlight was the win over 
powerful Wesleyan. It was the first 
time ever that an Olivet team had 
beaten Wesleyan. The Tigers won 
their own Homecoming 
tournament defeating Grace in the 
ast 10 seconds of the final quarter, 
73-69- 




Basketball / 11} 



ONC Grapplers 
Wrestle for a 
Successful Season 





The grapplers ot ONC began the 
1980-81 season on a winning mat. 
The Homecoming tournament, in 
which ONC hosted Bradley 
University, put the Tigers on top 
with their first win 55-00. 

The Tigers added five transfer 
wrestlers to their squad; of these, 
Jeff Lee from the U niversity of 
Kentucky and Steve Klock from 
Liberty Baptist College captured 
first place in their divisions along 



with returning letterman Al 
MacQueen, Joe Nugent, and 
Darryl Wellman. 

In the Missouri inivitational Steve 
Klock was the only Tiger to place, 
seizing third place in his weight 
class. 

Freshman Dave Manville from 
Dansville, Michigan filled the 124 
pound weight class, taking first in 
over six tournaments for ONC. 



116 I Wrestling 





A. Stewart Leedham awaits the whistle. B. Tim Ferness gives a smile as the referree 
shows the crowd his victory. C. Heavyweight Steve Ferguson stays on top of his opponent 
to capture a win for the Tigers. D. 1979-80, 118 pound champion pins for another win 
in 1981. E. Ineligible for first semester competition, wrestlers Steve Klock and Jeff Lee 
lend their hand at the score table. F. Darryl Wellman plans his strategy against his 
Elmhurst opponent. G. Steve Ferguson lifts his opponent high to regain control. 




Wrestling/ 117 



Victory Strengthens 
Excitement 




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A. Freshman Dave Bruce shows impressive style in his first match of the season. B. The correct 
stance for Steve Klock means a win. C. Victory for Rich Clark comes only after a lot of work. D 
Freshman RolfHissom applies pressure and determination to his Elmhurst opponent. E. Dave 
Bruce skillfully rides his opponent for 2 pts. F. Coach Larry Watson and trainer Steve Auch are 
ever aware of their wrestlers ' situations. G Dave Manville, "Spanky, "prepares to gel a good 
jump on his man. H Steve Klock glances over to his coach for instructions. 




Wrestling I 119 



Young 

Women 

Cagers 

Finish 

Successful 

Season 








Led by the high scoring of Jenny 
Rodgers and Carol Campbell, the 
ONC ladies ' basketball team 
finished its season with a 4-3 
conference record. A major goal 
for the year was attained in the 72- 
54 victory over a strong Aurora 
team. Coach Doenges was pleased 



with how the girls finished. 
"They're a young team, and 
learning to work together like they 
have is an important 
accomplishment." If they continue 
to work together, we can expect 
great things out of our women 
Cagers in the future." 



120 I Women '} Basketball 





A.J. Rodgers shoots two from the outside. B. Concentration is the key for K. Kundrat. C. 
C. Cheek attempts two. D. K. Kundrat jumps high to sink a basket. E. C. Cheek sets up 
another play. F. M. Miracle acts aggressively to retain possession of the ball. 




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A.J. Rodgers scores with a lay-up. B. C. Campbell stuns opponents with her jump shot. C. K. 
Kundrat retrieves rebound. D A. Christiansen exhibits poise and confidence as she shoots from 
the outside. E. ONC Ladies' Basketball Team: Carol Doenges, Coach, C. Cheek, C. McAvoy, K. 
Gilmore.J. Sumbarski, M. Sauter, co-captain, C Campbell, K. Kundrat, co-captain, A. 
Christiansen, B. Marshall, M. Miracle, J. Rodgers, T. Brininstool, B. McKnight. F. K. Kundrat 
jumps high for first possession of the ball. G. A. Christiansen advances inside to make the basket 
for ONC. 



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Women's Basketball I 123 



The Tiger Steel Mill 
Slows Production 




The Tigers looked awesome after 
an opening victory against Florida 
Bible and found themselves with a 
midseason record of 11-2. But the 
bats of "The Mighty Steel Mill" 
subsided as only 26 of 40 games 



were played due to rain. The last 
half of the season took a surprising 
twist and the dismal 2-11 
homestretch left the Tigers with a 
season record of 13-13- 




124 I Baseball 




A. Concentration ts a major part of Kevin Short 's team leading 
ERA. B. Larry Watson flashes signals in his final season as 
head coach. C. The dust settles as Doug Bricker records one of 
his season high O steals. D. Darrell Slack hurls the best record 
of the 1980 season. E. The team and spectators alike delight in 
Steve Sherer's home run. F. MVP, Tim Hess turns the double 
play. 







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Baseball / 125 



Alumni 
Game 
Highlights 
Season 

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1980 also marked the First Annua 
Old Timers Baseball Weekend. 
Twenty three alumni returned to 
their alma mater for a weekend of 
fun and fund raising. Through 
tickets, ads, and donations, the 
alumni game raised enough money 



to finance the team's trip to the 
Boca Raton Christian Tournament 
in Florida. The 1980 Tigers beat 
the old timers in a Saturday game 
and the two teams joined forces on 
Sunday to sing in College Church. 



126 I Baseball 






A. Leading the team with 27 base on balls, Doug Bricker proves he can connect. B. An exciting 
afternoon on the ONC bench. C. Craig { Tuc) Dillman psychs out the opposing batter. D. The 
First Annual Old Timer's game highlighted the season. E. Steve Auch charges to glove the out. F. 
Al Brillhart anticipates the tag. G.John Ruder lays down the perfect bunt. 



Baseball I 127 



•e 



Netters Continue 
Dominance in Conference 




B. 






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128 I Men 'i Tennis 




The 1980 tennis team aspired to new 
heights by sweeping the conference 
championship winning all nine flights. 
Rod Carpenter then went on to win a 
district championship for the ONC 
Netters. The team's talent made it 
possible for them to travel south to 
play some of the southern colleges for 
the first time in Olivet history. On the 
southern tour, the Tigers went 3-2; 
beating Belmont College, Greenville, 
Treveca, and winning matches against 
Vanderbilt and Austin Peay. Rob 
Grider and Wayne Shumaker, 




numbers one and two respectively, 
finished a four year career at Olivet 
where the two were the first ranked 
doubles team. Rod Carpenter, at the 
number four position, earned the 
award, "Best new player," while 
compiling a record of 19-4. Ken 
Carpenter put together another fine 
season to help the Tiger effort. Mark 
Gilroy and Don Meyer rounded the 
team out and comprised the number 
three doubles team. The team had the 
privilege of playing the first season on 
the new Olivet tennis court complex. 





A. Seniors, Rob Grider, Wayne Shumaker, and Mark 
Gilroy are three reasons the team is successful. B. Mark 
Gilroy exhibits the form of a veteran player. C. No. 2 
player, Wayne Shumaker returns a shot from behind the 
baseline. D. Wayne Shumaker displays the form which 
made him a four year varsity player. E. Rob Grider shows 
the form which carried him within one match of the 
NAIA Natinal Championship. F. Rod Carpenter 
concentrates on brother Ken volleying in a home match. G. 
With a booming serve, Rod Carpenter sets up his Illinois 
Benedictine opponent. H. Men 's Tennis L. to R., Front 
Row: Rod Carpenter, Ken Carpenter, Don Meyer. Back 
Row: Coach Lynn Surre, Rob Grider, Wayne Saumaker, 
Mark Gilroy. 



Men 's Tennis j 129 



Florida Tournament 

Highlights 

Women's Softball Season 




A. Cindy Schimmelpfenning is out on a close play at the plate. 

B. Lead off hitter Diane Gamble takes a healthy cut at the 
ball. C. Le Ann Ward scores ahead of the relay throw. D. 
Looking on, Karen Hermiz hopes to imitate teammate Lanette 
Sessink 's success with the bat in a home game. E. Carol 
Chainey cracks a shot to the left side of the diamond as home 
fans start to anticipate the outcome of the play. F. Lanette 
Sessink benefits the girls Softball team as the starting first 
baseman. G. All-conference pitcher, Carol Chainey, makes her 
delivery to the plate. 



150 I Women i Softball 






"We can do it!" That was the theme 
for the 1980 ONC Softball Team; 
although a prized state championship 
bid eluded them, these women had no 
reason to be ashamed. 

For the second year in a row, the girls 
began their season with an undefeated 
Florida Tournament against teams 
from Michigan, Indiana, and New 



York. With optimism high and one 
championship already under their belt 
the girls returned home only to be 
plagued by injuries. However, under 
the superb leadership of second year 
coach, Brenda Patterson, the girls 
once again proved to be the most 
winning women's team on campus as 
they posted an impressive 16-4 record 
with an .800 winning percentage. 



Women' i Softball / HI 



Young Cindermen 

Enjoy 

a Promising Season 










A. Bill McElroy display! the form that gained him the Top Field Events Award. B. Top sprinter 
Dan Cook adds flame to the 100 yard dash. C. M VP Mark Reader breaks the victory tape. D. 
Russ Leigh and Mark Reader are the Tigers "one -two punch. " E. The gun signals the start of 
the 100 yard dash. F. Dennis Seymour exhibits determination and stamina in the 440. G. Coach 
Hodge receives strategy from above. H. Brian Shindle is up and over for another successful leap. 



132 I Track and Field 





1980 was an exciting year. 
Finishing a strong 3rd in the NIIC 
Conference, 6th at the NAIA 
District Meet, and a respectable 
10th at the Illinois Wesleyan 
Invitational, Olivet's nine-man 
track team combined discipline, 
pride, and individual talent to 
complete a successful season. 
Team records were set in the 1600 
meter and 400 meter relays. 
Individual records were broken by 
Bill McElroy, tossing the javelin 
174'9; Russ Leigh, running 



a breath-taking 33.35 in the 10,000 
meter run; and by Mark Reader, 
placing 1st in the 5,000 meter the 
NAIA district meet. Reader was 
also the high point scorer, MVP, 
and top runner. Bill McElroy 
placed a praiseworthy 6th in the 
NCCAA tournament and was 
given the Top Field Events Award. 
The 1981 season promises to 
produce new talent, broken 
records, and a reviving spirit to 
Olivet's hard-working track team. 



Intramurals 
Provide a Break 
From Studies 




Olivet's intramural program allows 
competitive recreation for the 
student body, faculty and staff 
members who don't participate, for 
one reason or another, in the 
intercollegiate program. 
Intramurals integrate exercise, 
Christian fellowship, social 
development, and just plain fun. 
Over 450 persons participated in 
the Olivet intramural program this 
year: 36 men's basketball teams, 40 
wrestlers, 12 co-ed volleyball 
teams, and 8 co-ed basketball 
teams. Flag football, revived after 
five years, had four teams 
participating. 



Half the fun of intramurals was 
picking the team name. Some 
names are self explanatory: Crunch 
Bunch, Sports Limited and 
Ruinators. Some, however, 
(RMSH, Triple BT's, 4W's, and J. 
R. P.l's) will remain a joke among 
the team members and a select few. 
The "Go For Its" won two titles — 
coed basketball and coed 
volleyball. Indoor soccer, the 3 
mile run, bowling, golf, ping pong, 
and badminton were all in the 
initial stages of planning. 



134 /intramurals 





Intramurah I 135 



Intramurals 
Incorporate 
Competition, 
Recreation, and Fun 



A, Don Corzine attempts a take down in the semi finals and 
later advances to the final round of the 167 pound class. B. Tim 
Tag's three-quarter nelson paves the way for a pin in the 177 
pound quarter finals match. C. Intramural grapplers begin 
their all- important warm up routines. D. Bill McElroy 
positions for a cradle and goes on to win the 190 pound semi 
finals match. E Roger Brockway applies pressure as referee Joe 
Nugent gives the count. F. Ritch Clark restrains Russ Brown 's 
escape attempt as referee Al Macqueen looks on. G. Dave Bruce 
crossfaces Bob Burcham in the heavyweight match. H. Mike 
Rowe pins Jeff Tripp in the first period of the quarterfinals 
match. 




136/ Intramurals 



kfili 




Intramurah I 137 



Cheerleaders Spark 
Victory 







D E 

A. Sara McClung cheers on the J.V. Cagers. B. Football Cheerleaders add color to the Tiger 
game. C. Cuteness is a prerequisite for being an ONC cheerleader. D. Pam Gard radiates 
excitement as the Tigers surge to victory. E. Kim Rodgers grows concerned as Olivet turns 
the ball over to their opponent. F. Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: T. Hodge, co-captain, K. 
Rodgers. B. Mihay, P. Gard, captain, M. Myers, R. Woolard, B. Paschall, P. Caldwell. G. 
Football Cheerleaders: P. Gard, co-captain, B. Thorton, T. Hodge, B. Mihay, R. Woolard, 
C. Calas, captain, M. Myers. H. Cheerleaders and fans proclaim "Tigers #1." I. Junior Varsity 
Cheerleaders: (Top) S. McClung, G. Cook, M. Gardziella, D. Ainley, captain, (not pictured) 
S. Holcomb, M. L. Pitts, co captain. J. P. Caldwell assists a future eager. 




138 I Cheerleaders 




UNITY — Perhaps the most 
important part of our ONC 
cheerleaders' attitudes this year 
concerned a concept of unity 
described in their theme scripture: 
"May the God who gives 
endurance and encouragement 
give you a spirit of unity among 
yourselves as you follow Christ 
Jesus, so that with one heart and 
mouth you may glorify God the 
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." 

"Over the past few years we have 
seen many improvements and 
expect to be a part of many more, 
said Pam Gard, captain of the 
Varsity Basketball squad. And, 
indeed, changes have been made 
this year and improvements have 
been obtained. Coach Larry 
Watson, recently appointed 
athletic director, was especially 
helpful in making the girls realize 



the significance of their role in 
leading the fans. Jane Postin, an 
ONC graduate and former Tiger 
cheerleader, acted as sponsor this 
year in conducting the try-outs and 
helped the girls with routines. 
Daryl Hazelwood met weekly with 
the cheerleaders to instruct them in 
basic gymnastics. Finally, the many 
years of experiences represented on 
the squad not only improved the 
overall ability of the cheerleaders, 
but gave them a wealth of ideas. 

We are the ONC Cheerleaders 
And that is plain to see 

But we shine out in another way; 
Our Christian unity. 

We '11 never settle for looking 
Like just another squad 

For we do something far better — 
We cheer and shine for God! 




ONC WOMEN'S TENNIS OPP 



o 




2 
6 
5 
9 
3 

ONC 

6 


4 
1 
4 

4 
1 
1 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 

ONC 

60 

33 
26 

17 

21 

8 

20 
23 
14 

ONC 



Lewis 

St. Francis 

Rockford 

Concordia 

Trinity 

Aurora 

IIT 
Lewis 

SOCCER 

Aurora 

Bethel 

Fort Wayne 

Roosevelt Univ. 

St. Joseph's 

IIT 

Purdue Calumet 

Trinity Christian 

Trinity 

Roosevelt 

Judson 

Aurora 

Trinity 

Rockford 

Judson 

Rockford 

Loyola 



Maranatha 

Concordia 

Eureka 

Milikin 

linois Benidictine 

Rose-Hulman 

DePaul 

Evangiel 

Anderson 





3 


Trinity Christian 







George Williams 




3 


Trinity 




1 


North Central 







Aurora 




3 


U. of Chicago 




2 


Rockford 




2 


Mt. Vernon 




1 


Mt. Union 




3 


Judson 







St. Xavier 




1 


Wheaton 




1 


IBC 







Concordia 
IBC Tournament 







St. Joseph 




1 


Augustana 







North Park 







IBC 







Ambrose 


/ Scoreboard 




\ 



9 
9 
9 

7 
3 
4 

6 

OPP 

6 

11 

3 
1 
5 
6 

4 
1 
7 
5 
3 
5 
9 
9 
4 



FOOTBALL OPP 



o 

14 



39 

3 

10 
42 
13 
24 



VOLLEYBALL OPP 

l 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
5 

3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 



ONC 



no 
73 
70 
73 
73 
76 
83 
66 
84 
76 
95 
66 
76 
80 
91 
88 
85 
65 
51 
81 
67 
58 
67 
74 
78 
63 

ONC 

79 
98 
62 
94 
66 
101 
108 
92 
79 
66 
70 
92 
77 
60 
79 
66 
89 

ONC 



VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

George Williams 

Grace College 

Quincy College 

Goshen College 

Anderson College 

Taylor Univ. 

Grand Rapids Baptist 

Illinois Wesleyan 

McKendree College 

North Central 

Circleville Bible 

St. Xavier 

Wisconsin- Whitewater 

Rockford 

Judson 

Concordia 

Trinity 

Depauw University 

Illinois Benedictine 

Aurora 

Rockford 

Judson 

Concordia 

Trinity 

IBC 
Aurora 



OPP 



86 

69 

102 

77 
83 
63 
73 
56 
100 
63 
69 
72 
79 
58 
64 
72 
71 
62 
50 
61 
68 
52 
48 
60 
73 
62 



ONC 



TENNIS 



OPP 



JV BASKETBALL OPP 



ONC Alumni 


83 


Lewis 


77 


Illinois Wesleyan 


87 


McKendree 


95 


St. Francis 


76 


Rockford 


61 


Judson 


89 


Concordia 


52 


Trinity 


65 


Lewis 


74 


IBC 


68 


Aurora 


87 


Judson 


74 


Concordia 


35 


Trinity 


55 


IBC 


67 


Aurora 


81 



WRESTLING OPP 



51 


Bradly 





31 


Huntington 


36 


24 


Univ. of Chicago 


28 


31 


Milikin 


29 


28 


Illinois Wesleyan 


17 


23 


Concordia 


14 


26 


Elmhurst 


21 


2nd 


Tiger Invitational 




1st 


Illinois Wesleyan 




1st 


Elmhurst Invitational 




1st 


Maranatha Invitational 




22 


North Park 


12 


21 


North Central 


23 


24 


Univ. of Chicago 


17 


1st 


Concordia Invitational 





2 


Vanderbilt 


7 


5 


Belmont 


4 


3 


Austin Perry 


6 


8 


Greenville 


l] 


5 


Trevecca 


1 


8 


Rockford 


1 


6 


Lewis 


3 


RO 


Trinity 


RO 


RO 


North Park 


RO 


9 


Judson 





8 


IBC 


1 


4 


Milikin 


5 


3 


Wheaton 


6 


2 


St. Francis 


7 


9 


Aurora 





1 


Northeastern 


8 


7 


ITT 


2 


3 


Univ. of Wisconsin 


6 


9 


Concordia 





7 


Lewis 


2 


)NC 


SOFTBALL 


OPP 


8 


Aurora 


18 


14 


Judson 


4 


6 


Elmhurst 


10 


2 


North Central 


16 


6 


IBC 


19 


8 


Trinity 








George Williams 


6 


22-12 


Trinity Christian 


1-2 


12 


Concordia 


2 


Bibletown Invitational Tournament 


3 


Grace 


2 


24 


Nyack 


5 


3 


Grace 


2 


7 


Grand Rapids Baptist 


1 


12 


Nyack 


3 


3 


Grace 





14 


Grand Rapids Baptist 


7 


)NC 


WOMAN'S 


OPP 




BASKETBALL 




59 


Mount Vernon 


62 


82 


Mount Vernon 


63 


80 


St. Xavier 


55 


71 


National 


73 


72 


Aurora 


54 


68 


National 


109 


87 


North Central 


100 


68 


MacMurray 


75 


69 


Illinois College 


64 


66 


Concordia 


77 


75 


Rockford 


69 


69 


McKendree 


53 


68 


George Williams 


91 


58 


IBC 


83 


72 


Judson 


50 


74 


Trinity 


63 


W 


Mundelein 


FT 



1st N.CC.A.A. Regionals 
5th N.CC.A.A. Nationals 



a&4 



TRACK 
TEAM AWARDS 

Ecumenical Invitational 10th place 
N.I. I.C. Conference Meet 3rd place 
N.A.I. A. District 20 Meet 6th place 

NEW RECORDS 

Bill McElroy Javelin 174'9" 

Russ Leigh 10,000M. 33:35.0 

400 Relay Team 

(Killion, Seymour, McElroy, Cook) 



ONC 

6 

1 
3 

1 
12 
9 
7 



7 
10 
7 
6 

4 
4 
4 
4 
2 
8 
2 
4 
10 
4 
5 



BASEBALL 

Florida Bible 

Mid-America Nazarene 

Grace College 

Taylor College 

Bethel College 

Grand Rapids Baptist 

Montreat College 

Nyach 

Concordia 

Judson College 

Trinity 

Aurora College 

Lewis College 

Rockford College 

IL Benedictine College 

Concordia 

University of Chicago 

George Williams College 

Chicago State 
Forfeit to Olivet 



OPP 

4 
1 

2 
2 
6 
2 
1 
4 

3 
2 
9 
6 
7 
2 
6 
5 
6 
7 
12 
7 
9 
5 
9 
6 
7 




' 



Scoreboard / 141 




142 I Vision Division 









144 I Seniors and Underclass 




MARCIA ABBOTT 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

JUDY ABRAHAM 

Nursing B.S.N. 

LINDA JEAN ADLER 

Nursing B.S.N. 

REBECCA GAYLE AHLSEEN 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 



GLENN L. AMERSON 

Religion B.A. 

CATHY S. AMTOWER 

Nursing B.S.N. 

PAM ANDRESS 

Christian Ed./ Elementary Ed. B.S. 

LINDA ANGE 

Business Administration B.A. 



WADE ARMENTROUT 

Church Music B.S. 

TINA ARRIGO 

Social Welfare B.S. 



DANIELLE AYERS 

Nursing B.S.N. 

DAVID R. BAGBY 
Religion B.A. 



146 I Seniors 




ZABETH BAILEY 

sing B.S.N. 

< SY BAKER 

nentary Ed. B.S. 



MIALA K. BAKER 

Home Ec. J Secondary Ed. B.S. 

CAROLYN BALL 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 



DEANNA BANKS 

Business Mgt. B.S. 

DAVE BARKES 

Psychosocial Welfare B.A. 



SHERYL BARKLEY 

Romance Language B.A. 

DANIEL BARNES 

Theology B.S. 

DAWN BATES 

Psychology 

MARCIA BEAR 

Psychology B.S. 



Seniors / 147 






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tm 


I 


148 1 Seniors 




1 

: 






2S55, 






' 


A 


L x ^ 






MIKE BEAI 

Business B.A. 

DAWN MA 

Psych. /Social D 

JEFFERY E. 
Maj/V £</. B.S. 


RIE BELL 

Welfare B.A. 

BELL 


MARK W. BELL 

Biology/ Chemistry B.S. 

STEPHEN BENNETT 

Chemistry B.A. 

SUSAN Y. BENNETT 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 


ERNESTIN 

Business Ad. B 

ERIC BERG 

Accounting B.S 

MICHELE E 

Zoology/ Psycho 


E BENTON 
.5. 

STROM 
IERNS 

logy B.A. 


PAT BERRY 
Business B.A. 

MARGRETTA BETTS 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

PATRICIA ANN BICK 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 




■I *■"*>■ ' IHes 


1% ft^ J ^65 


JOSEPH BLALOCK 

Psych. 1 'Business Ad. B.A. 

BEVERLY BLANTON 

Nursing B.S.N. 


TONYA BODEY 

Nursing B.S.N. 

ALAN BOGOVICH 
Music Ed. B.S. 

SCOT BOICE 


:BORAH BILLER 

wlogy B.A. 

^RDI BILLINGS 

ursing B.S.N. 


ROSE BIRDSONG 

Geo/ Chemistry B.S. 

LOIS BLACK 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 


Biology Teaching B.A. 

ANGELISA BOYKIN 

Social Justice B.A. 



Seniors / 149 




BRENDA K. BRACKEN 

Nursing B.S.N. 

CHARLYN F. BRADBURY 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

DAN BRADY 

Christian Ed. B.A 

DOUGLAS J. BRICKER 

Marketing B.A. 



ALLEN BRILLHART 

Physical Ed. B.A. 

DIANE M. BROWN 

Nursing B.S.N. 



KAREN BROWN 

Psychology B.A. 

THERESA BRUMMETT 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 



MICHAEL BUCK 

Religion B.A. 

NINA BUGBEE 

Nursing B.S.N. 



150 I Seniors 




*RK BURCHFIELD 

sic B.A. 

4ES BURGGRAF 
B.S. 



BRAD R. BUZENSKI 

Education B.S. 

CANDY D. CALAS 

Finance B.S. 



BARBARA CAIN 

Journalism B.A. 

DEBRA ANN CAISE 
Nursing B.S.N. 

LINDA CARLSON 

Nursing B.S.N. 

PATRICIA CARLSON 

Psychology B.A. 



CLARENCE CAWVEY 

Religion B.A. 

SHELLEY SHE LEE CHEN 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JANICE CLARK 

Social Welfare A.A. 

HATTIE CLEAVES CLAYPOOL 

Social Welfare B.A. 



Seniors / 151 




DIANNA CLUPPER 

Nursing B.S.N. 

TERESA COLEMAN 

Home Ec. B.S. 
GARY CORZETT 

Busmen Ad. B.A. 

BRIAN CLARK CRABTREE 

Business Ad. B.S 



NORLYN CRANDALL 

Religion T.H.B. 

LAWRENCE CRANSTON 

Church Music - Christian Ed. B.S. 

CARLEAN DAVIS 

Business B.S. 



MELINDA DAVIS 

Social Welfare B.S. 



CANDY LYNN DEXTER 

Physical Therapy B.A. 



Seniors I 152 




»HN Q. DICKEY, JR. 

B.A. 



DONNA DIKEMAN 
Home Ec. Education B.A. 



LORI DOMAGALSKI 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

EDWIN DRAKE 

Business Ad. B.S. 
RODNEY DUNKLEE 

Christian Education B.S. 

BRUCE DURBIN 

Accounting B.A. 



SUE ELLEN EADES 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JAMIE ENGLISH 

Nursing B.S.N. 

PAM EWING 

Computer Science B.S. 

STEVE FERGUSON 

Business/ Psychology B.S 



Seniors / 153 




DAVID A. FESSLER 

Business Finance B.A. 

PAUL FIORENZA 

Business Ad. B.A. 

JANET FISCHER 

Nursing B.S.N. 

R. IRENE FLACK 

Business Ad. 



GREGORY M. FORD 

Business Management B.S. 

DAVID FOWLER 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

BRENDA FRANSEEN 

Nursing B.S.N. 

RANDAL B. FRAZIER 

Social Science B.A. 



DAWN GADD 

Nursing B.S.N. 

DIANE GAMBLE 

Social Justice/ Business Ad B.S. 



JOY GARTON 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

JENNIFER I. GILROY 

English B.A. 



154 I Seniors 




MARK A. GOODKIND 

Business Management B.S. 



MIKE GORDON 

Religion T.H.B. 

PAM GOUDY 

Physics B.A. 

RONDA LYNN GOWAN 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

PATRICIA E. GRAFF 

Dietitics B.S. 



EDWIN GRANT 

Biology B.A. 

DENISE GRAY 

Nursing B.S.N. 

RUSTY GRAY 

Physical Education B.S. 

MARK GREEN 

Religion B.A. 



Seniors / 155 




BRENDAJ. GREENLEE 

Geology/ Math B.S. 

GARY GRIFFIN 

Communications B.A. 

JEFF HABEDANK 

Business Management B.S. 

JAMES HAMMERSTRAND 

Language B.A. 



Business Finance B.S. 

ANDRE HARRING 

Business Ad. B.S. 

TONY HARRIS 

Business Finance B.S. 



JEANETTE HART 

Psychology B.A. 

JOHN HAY 

Theology T.H.B. 



DAWN HAYWARD 

Psychology B.S. 

DARRELL HAZELWOOD 

Business Ad. B.S. 



156 I Seniors 




RGINIA DIANE HEALY 

femenlary Ed. B.S. 

3ROTHY HEISE 

tsmess Ad. B.S. 



MONA HENSLEY 

Nursing B.S.N. 

TIMOTHY P. HESS 

Marketing B.S. 



DANIEL HiLL 

Social Justice B.A. 

BECKY HINES 

Nursing B.S.N. 

DENISE SUSANNE 
HOFFERT 

Nursing B.S.N. 

CONNIE HOKANSON 

Chemistry I Zoology B.A. 



MARK HOLCOMB 

Christian Ed. B.A. 

DEBORAH HOOD 

Home Ec. B.A. 

TAMI HOOSE 

Psychology B.A. 

MARK R. HOPKINS 

Business Management B.S. 



Seniors / 157 




VERNON J. HORNER 

Chemistry B.A. 

MICHELLE C. HUCK 

Nursing B.S.N. 

DEBRA HUMPHREY 

Nursing B.S.N. 

ANDREW L. HUNT 

Music E. B.S. 



JOYCE KAY HURLIMAN 

Nursing B.S.N. 

COLLEEN HUSTON 

English Ed. B.A. 

ROSE HUTCHISON 

Zoology B.A. 

JAMES H. HUTSON 

Zoology /Pre. Dent. B.A. 



LINDA HOLLENBECK 
HUTSON 

Nursing B.S.N. 

ALMEDA L. HYDE 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 

PATJACKSON 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

SCOTT JACKSON 

Computer Science B.S. 



BILL JOHNSON 

Art B.S. 

DENISE A.JOHNSON 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JANET L.JOHNSON 

Dietitics B.S. 

PAUL NATHAN JOHNSON 

Business Ad. B.S. 



158 I Seniors 




RAYJOHNSONJR. 

Business Management JPsych. B.A. 

RICHARD D.JOHNSON 

Computer Science B.S. 

ROSA JOHNSON 

Teacher 's Aide A. A. 

SARA JOHNSON 

Accounting B.S. 



Seniors / 139 




JIM JONES 

Business Ad./ 'Psychology B.A 

LINDA JONES 

Nursing B.S.N. 

WILLIAM G.JONES 

Businsss Ad.jM.ang. B.S. 

DEBRA JORDAN 

Zoology B.A. 



DOUGLAS KARL 
Music Ed. B.A. 

BARBARA C. KEFFER 
Music Ed. B.A. 

RICHARD KELLOGG 

Speech Communications B.A. 

MARK A. R. KIMBALL 

Business Ad. B.A. 



DEBORAH A. KINCAID 
Home Ec. B.S. 



MARY BETH KING 

Education B.A. 



160 I Seniors 




'■■•IIP™!- H j| 



IRISTY KINNEY 

isiness Ad. B.S. 

)NN KLING 

ysics B.A. 



ANNE KOLBERG 

Nursing B.S.N. 
MICHAEL KRAHULEC 

Business/ Psych. B.S. 



ELIZABETH PRINCE KRING 

Nursing B.S.N. 
BETH LANGFORD 

Psychology B.A. 



TURID LARSON 

Home Ec. B.A. 

LAUREN LASHLEY 

Chemistry Ed. B.A. 

JEFFREY LAWES 

Computer Science B.S. 

MARY BETH 
LEATHERMAN 

English B.A. 



Seniors I 161 



162 I Seniors 




CATHY LEDBETTER 

Social Welfare B.S. 

RUSS LEIGH 

Accounting B.S. 

GINA LESCH 

Physical Ed. B.A. 

JAMES GREGORY LESTON 

Psychology B.A. 



GAIL LEWIS 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

DEBRA LINDLEY 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JANICE LOVE 

Nursing B.S.N. /Psych. B.A. 

CAROL GOON LUCAS 

Nursing B.S.N. 




"ERRY MADDACK 

Social Welfare B.A. 

USAN MALAND 

Home Ec. B.S. 



LINDA MANVILLE 

Social Science/ Secondary Ed. B.S. 

JANN MARTIN 

Nursing B.S.N. 



JULIA LYNN MATHIS 
Nursing B.S.N. 

JAMES HENRY MAURER 

Social Justice B.S. 

BARBARA D. McCLUNG 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 

ELLEN MERRELL 

McCOMB 

Nursing B.S.N. 



HAROLD J. McCOMB 

Business Ad. B.S. 

jana Mccormick 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

COLLEEN McCOY 

Accounting B.S. 

PATRICIA A. McCOY 

Chemistry/ Zoology B.S. 



Seniors / 163 




DANIEL E. McDONALD IV 

Religion B.A. 

MICHAEL McINTOSH 

Zoology B.S. 

DEAN MEADOWS 

Christian Ed./ Psych. B.A. 

RON MECHLING 

Religion B.A. 



CHARLES W. 
MELINECKE 

Biblical Literature B.A. 

DIANE MILLER 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 

DWIGHTD.MILLIKAN 
Business Management B.S. 

VERNON MITCHELL 

Business Ad./ Social Justice B.S. 



JOHN A. MOHLER 

Religion B.A. 

MARK MONTGOMERY 

Religion B.A. 



MICHAEL MOORE 

Psychology B.A. 

JAMES MOORHOUSE 

Computer Science B.S. 



164 I Seniors 




.HONDA LYNN MORELAND DAVID MURRELL 
Music Ed. B.S. Psychology B.A. 

)ANIEL E. MURPHY THERESA P. MUSCHOTT 

Christian Ed. B.A. Nursing B.S.N. 



WESLEY MEYERS 

Religion B.A. 

DARON NANCE 

Business Ad. B.S. 



MARK EDWARD NASS 

Art Education B.A. 

KENDRA NELSON 

Elementary Edl. B.A. 

JUNE NICHOLSON 
Nursing B.S.N. 

JOHN OBRECHT 

Religion B.A. 



Seniors / 165 




BARBARA ODDO 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JONATHAN F. OLIVER 

Business Ad. B.S. 

LORI REBECCA OLIVER 

Psychology B.A. 

ROBERT ONYETT 

Religion T.H.B. 



CAROL ORRES 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

MARK S. OWINGS 

Christian E. B.S. 



BARRY A. PARKER 

Business Management B.S. 

TOM PARNELL 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 



MICHAEL PARTYKA 

Religion B.A. 

RONALD L. PECKHAM 

Music Ed. B.S. 



166 I Seniors 




tOGER D. PHILLIPS 

Communications B.A. 

X)N PIERCE 

Business Ad B.S. 

:arol pombert 

B.A. 



CYNTHIA POND 

Social Welfare B.S. 

JODY POSTIN 
Music Ed. B.A. 

MARINDA K. PRIOR 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 



ELEANOR QUALLS 

Social Welfare B.S. 

BILL RAMSAY 

Geology/Math B.S. 

JOYCE A. RUSMUSSEN 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 



GARY REDDAWAY 

Religion B.A. 

NOELIA REYES 

Dietics B.S. 

DONNA RHODES 

English/Teaching B.A. 



Seniors / 167 




RICHARD A. RICE 

Business B.A. 

MARK RIGG 

Religion B.A. 

VICKI SUE RIGG 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 

MARK RIPPE 

Nursing B.S.N. 



KAREN ROBERSON 

Geo/ Chemistry B.S. 

CHRISTOPHER ROBERTS 

Computer Science B.S. 

ARDIS ROBINSON 

Business Ad. B.S. 

SIMEON RODGERS 

Business I Economics B.S. 



PAM ROGERS 

Nutrition B.S. 

DAVID A. ROSS 

Engineering/ Physics B.S. 

KENNETH ROTH 

History/ Accounting B.A. 

MICHAEL K. ROWE 

English/Teaching B.A. 



JOHN RUDER 

Physical Ed. B.S. 

ROBERT RUESING 

Religion B.A. 



168 J Seniors 




'AMELA SANTORO 

Zoology B.A. 

)EBI LEI SCHARMER 

Art Teaching/ Psych. B.A. 



RALPH L. SCHERER 

Religion T.H.B. 

CINDI SCHIMMELPFENNIG 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 



CYNTHIA LYNN 
SELLERS 

Nursing B.S.N. 

ROBERT SHARP 

Management B.S. 

MARK EDWARD 
SHEETS 

Physical Ed. B.S. 

GREG S. SHELTON 

Accounting B.S. 



MARK C. SHENISE 

Religion B.A. 

POLLY R. SHEPPARD 

Secretarial Science A. A. j Art B.S. 

LANNY SHERMAN 

Religion B.A. 

RANDY SHERWOOD 

Biblical Lit. B.A. 



Seniors / 169 




SARA SHIPMAN 

Psychology B.A. 

RICHARD WILLIAM CARL 
SHOOK 

Business B.S. 

DIANE SHREFFLER 

History B.A. 

LOUISE SIDEY 

Home Ec. B.A. 



LINDA SIEVERT 

Romance Language B.A. 

JUDY SIMMONS 

Christian Ed./ Elementary Ed. B.A. 



PAM SLONECKER 

Business/Psych. B.S. 

JOAN SMITH 

Social Welfare AA 



JOYCE SMITH 

Nursing B.S.N. 

PATRICIA SMITH 

Business Ad. B.S. 



170 I Seniors 




HUDY BETH SNODGRASS 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 

CAREN L. SOUTHERLAND 

Christian Ed. B.A. 



ARTHUR SPEAKMAN 

Psychology/ Soc. B.A. 

VALERIE SPEARMAN 

Elementary Ed. B.S. 



DANA SPENGLER 

Geo/ Chemistry B.S. 

ALTHEA CELESTE SPIRES 
Music Ed. B.A. 

REGINA STACH 

Social Science B.A. 

MARTHA STALEY 

Elementary Ed. B.A. 



LOIS STANARD 

Christian Ed. B.A. 

WAYNE ALAN STANHOPE 

Religion B.A. 

CONNIE STANLEY 

Elementary Ed. B.S 



Seniors / 171 




RORA DAWN STIPES 

Social Welfare I Psych. B.A. 

LINDA GEEDING STONE 

Secretarial Science A.A. 

MICHAEL STONE 

Physical Ed. B.A. 

DAVID M. STRAIT 

Business Management B.S 



172 I Seniors 




VAN STRONG 

llementary Ed. B.A. 

INDA STRONG 

'octal Welfare B.S. 

RNOLD STROUSE 

■omputer Science B.A. 

EBORAH SZALKAY 

'sych./Soc. B.A. 



CYNTHIA J. TAYLOR 

Nursing B.S.N. 

DAVID TAYLOR 

Psychology B.A. 

JEFFREY THARP 

Business Management B.S. 

LISA THOMPSON 
Psych. ISoc. B.A. 



FLENNOY TIMOTHY TRAVIS ANDREW TURNBULL 

Social Welfare B.A. Music Ed. B.A. 

MICHAEL TRAVIS KEVIN ULIS 

Religion B.A. Communications B.A. 

GARY TRUE DENISE ULRICH 

Relgion B.A. Psychology B.S. 

CARROLL KLEDZIK PAMELA VASTBINDER 

TUMBLIN Art B.A. 
Nursing B.S.N. 



Seniors / 273 




RHEA M. VINSON 

Music B.A. 

JAMES VOIGHT 

Art B.A. 

DEBRA WALKER 

Nursing B.S.N. 

JEFFREY D. WAMPLER 

Business Management B.S. 



JIM WARREN 

Physical Ed. B.A./ Art B.A. 

TRINETTE WARREN 

Home Ec. B.A. 

DEBRA WATKINS 

Psych/ Social Welfare B.A. 

MARIE VACHA WEAVER 

Art / Home Ec. Teaching B.A. 



LARRY PHILIP WEBER 

Business Ad. B.S. 

DONNA WEITZEL 

Secretarial Science A.A. 



CINDY WESTERMANN 

Chemistry/ Zoology B.A. 

DEBORAH WHITTERBERRY 

Nursing B.S.N. 



174 I Seniors 




AN WHITTINGTON 

Dielitia A. A. 

OY WHITTINGTON 

Dietitics S.S. 



MICHAEL D. WIESE 

Business Management B.S. 

HEIDI M. WILLIAMS 

Christian Ed. /Church Music B.A. 



JAMES B. WILLIAMS, JR. 

Music Ed. B.S. 

NOLAN E. WILLIAMS 

Business B.S. 



BRIAN E. WILSON 

Religion B.A. 

JERENE WRIGHT 

Business Ad. B.A. 
KOLEEN WYNN 

Pre. Med. B.A. 

SANDRA ZACKMIRE 

Nursing B.S.N. 



Seniors / 775 



mm 



Senior 

Class 

Council 




KNEELING: Dawn Bates, social committee; Melinda Davis, social committee ■- chairperson; Becky Ahlseen, social 
committee. SEATED: Greg Eord, representative: Beth Longford, secretary; Diane Gamble, President; Bill Jones, Vice 
President; Donna Dikeman, treasurer. STANDING: Pam Goudy, social committee; Darren Nance, representative; Lauren 
Lashley, chaplain; Vernon Horner, social committee; Linda Manville, representative. NOT PICTURED: Quen Dickey. B. 
Seniors Jann Martin, Sara Shipman and Pam Goudy cheer on their clats in the Ollies Follies events. C. Terry Maddack 
and Jeff W 'ampler stop to give us a cheerful smile. 






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Who's Who Among 
Students inAmerican 
Universities and Colleges 



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Who's Who Among Students in \[ 



Twenty students received the very 
prestigious annual award of being 
selected as Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. Criteria for the 
selection of these men and women 



H8/ Who's Who 



included leadership, academic an 
extra curricular achievements, 
citizenship, and Christian witness! 
The divisional and departmental 
chairmen and the student counci 
had the honor of making the 







Liner ican Colleges and Universities 



kcisions for the selection of these 
itudents. 

Bach student will have a biography 
Df their accomplishments 
Dublished in the 1981 edition of 



"Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and 
Colleges," as well as a lifetime of 
the Reference/Placement Service 
provided by Who's Who. 



Who's Who / 179 






Betsy Adcock 


Bonnie Baker 


Lisa Bennet 




Tamme Akridge 


Kim Baker 


Tom Benson 




Brian Allen 


John T. Barker 


Mike Bentz 




Gary Anderson 


Ruth Bates 


Margaret Beon 




Steven Auch 


Darla Beany 


Marshall Best 




Gloria Babich 


Steve Beatty 


Margie Blakely 




Cheryl Bacon 


Linda Beckwith 


Melody Boudreau 


180 1 Class of 1982 


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Lynda Bradford 


Bonnie 


Bullock 


Pamela Caldwell 


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Kim Braun 


Benji E 


urchfield 


Becky Call 




Dan Brown 


Mitchell Burks 


Denise Calvin 


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Karen Buker 


Cheryl 


Burrows 


Steven Cameron 






Janet Campbell 


Mike Chandler 


Jody Conable 


Tim Campbell 


Sandy Chandler 


Kim Conner 


Karen Cannon 


left Clark 


Dan Cook 


Ken Carpenter 


Kim Coker 


Kevin Cook 


Gary Casten 


Nancy Cole 


Don Corzine 


Norma Castleman 


Susan Collins 


Mary Coulter 


Carol Chainey 


Todd Compton 


Kelly Cowger 



Juniors / 181 




Juli Crabtree 


Shen Field Dee 


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Kelly Crandall 


Dino Derose 


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Darrell Crawford 


Karen Desollar 
Tim Diehl 


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Jana Crisp 










Tim Crump 


Craig Dillman 


Brenda Douglas 


John Eliasen 


Melinda Erwin 


Debbie Felt 


Marcia Cruzen 


Consrance Dipietro 


Caroline Dupes 


Chuck Ellwanger 


Robin Evans 


Beth Ferguson 


Wilson Deaton 


Deborah Doliber 


Tammie Durour 


Ellen Engelthaler 


Doreen Fast 


Tracy Fetters 






Annetre Edmonds 


Daniel Erickson 


Diane Fearn 


Kathryn Floyd 



182 I Junion 




Theresa Flynn 
Dee Foster 
Monty Fox 
Greg Frankhauser 



Cindy Franklin 
Tim Franklin 
Margaret Freeman 
Sylvia Freeman 



Tammy Freeman 
Brenda Frey 
Debbie Froman 
Mark Fry 



James Fuller 
Tim Furnas 
Robert Gerstenberger 
Ellen Gibbs 



Dale Gibson 
Cynthia Gibula 
Becky Golay 
Barbara Gooden 



Cynthia Groth 
Allen Hamende 
Randy Hansen 
Heidi Hanson 
Debra Harper 
JeffHartzell 
Theresa Hawley 



Juniors I 183 



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The Larsen Fine Arts Center 



One of three new buildings on 
the campus of Olivet Nazarene 
College to be completed by 
Homecoming 1982, the 
celebration of Olivet's 75th 
anniversary, is the Larsen Fine 
Arts Center. The other two 
buildings are the Parrott 
Fieldhouse and a men's 
residence hall. The Larsen Fine 
Arts Center, named in memory 
of the late Professor Walter 
Larsen, will be located between 
Burke Administration Building 
and the Reed Hall of Science, 
with the main entrance facing 
Kennedy Drive as a sign of 



outreach to the community. 

The center will include a 
performance auditorium, thirty 
practice rooms, arts and 
graphics studios, offices, and 
many other features. 

Music, art, and drama play such 
a vital role in our culture. The 
students in each of these areas 
will be greatly benefitted 
through the utilization of this 
structure. Also, performing 
groups may be brought in to 
this fine arts center, enriching 
the cultural and entertainment 
aspects of life on campus. 



The administration and the 
trustees of Olivet plan to raise 
the S3 million required to 
construct the building by the 
time it is completed. Pledges by 
Nazarene churches to strive for 
100% giving on their ONC 
budgets, and gifts from 
foundations, corporations, 
alumni, and friends of Olivet, 
will pay for this new asset of 
Olivet. Building for our future 
is what a college is all about, j ■«, | 




Alice Hayes 
Trina Heidnck 
Lydia Helton 
Sue Hendley 



Michelle Hicks 
Becky Hise 
Teresa Hodge 
Renea Holland 



Carol Holmquist 
Barbara Horton 
Cindy Horton 
Cathy Howell 



Brenda Hueber 
Steve Humorickhouse 
John Hursh 
Kelly Hutson 



Gary Hyde 
Cindy Hyson 
Ellen Jacobs 
Terri James 



Johnjaynes 
Gweldon Johnson 
James Johnson 
Judy Johnson 



184 /Juniors 




Mark Johnson 
Marsha Johnson 
Mary Johnson 
Steve Johnson 



Lester Jones 
Terry Jones 
Gailjunge 
Cindy Kellerman 



Janine Kezele 
Karen Kiefer 
Donley King 
Kimberley King 



Pam King 


Patty Krestel 


Kevin Lee 


Bryan Kirby 


Karen Kundrat 


Ray Loew 


George Kirkpatrick 


Dawn Kring 


Steve Lyle 


Kathy Kist 


Teresa Larimore 


Alan MacQueen 


Rhonda Knox 


Doug Laymon 


Bryon Manessier 


Janice Kotesky 


Cindy Lee 


Lily Maurer 


Dave Krahulec 


Debi Lee 


Beth McCoy 



Juniors / J85 



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Jeannie McGarey 


Don Meyer 


Susan Mundy 


Tamara McGill 


Marsha Miles 


Lisa Murphy 


Amy McGregor 


Kim Mitchell 


Randy Myers 


Michael McSwain 


Barry Mock 


Shelly Neal 


Glen Meinecke 


Tim Moore 


Daryl Nelson 


Pamela Meissner 


Elaine Morrison 


William Nichols 


Mark Merritt 


Lori Mullen 


Joe Nugent 



286 I Juniors 




John Nutter 
Michelle Otterstein 
Margaret Ottinger 
Karen Owens 



Rob Paleno 
Judie Parker 
Mike Parsons 
Keith Peachey 



Pamela Pelham 
Luanna Peterson 
Cheryl Phelps 
Todd Phillips 



Cynthia Poling 
Dave Powell 
Lisa Preston 
Joan Prewitt 
Natalie Price 
Rosemary Quinn 
Jenny Ratkay 



Dena Reddick 
Rick Reed 
Penny Reno 
Becky Rickel 
Linda Riegle 
Irene K. Rivard 
Terry Rodgers 



David Rogers 
Laura Rose 
Myles Rosenthal 
Robyn Roth 
Cathy Ruder 
Dan Runyon 
Jane Rush 



Juniors / 187 




Joy Salm 
Tammie Salmon 
Michele Sauter 
Debbie Sawicki 
Julie Scheider 
Linda Schroeder 
Lanette Sessink 



Rachel Shaver 
Jim Shedd 
Susan Sheets 
Martin Shockle 



Steve Short 
Sharon Smiley 
Morey Smith 
Peggy Smith 



Sharon Snead 
Holly Spragg 
Pam Stadler 
Mark Stafford 



Alice Steele 
Denise Stiles 
Tom Strickfaden 
Mark Stuck 



Jan Swanson 
Beth Swartz 
Karen Thomas 
Robert Thompson 



188 I Juniors 



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Suzy Thompson 
Brenda Thorton 
Rhonda Tinglay 



Janis Tripp 

Bev Tyler 

Ernie Vandersteen 



Karen Voigt 
Deborah Vyleta 
Cynthia White 



Patrick Whitlow 
Linda Whitney 
Gloria Wickham 



Cindy Williams 
Kirk Williamson 
Rick Wilson 
Sharry Wilson 
Wendy Wiseman 
Jerry Wolf 
Christine Woolard 



Rosemary Woolard 
Jo Workman 
Kenny Yamauchi 
Dawn York 
Raylene Zea 
Missy Zielinski 
Gayle Zurcher 



Juniors I 189 



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Debbie Abels 


Gary Babich 


Keith Bateman 


Sheryl Bitner 


Curtis Adams 


Scott Baker 


Daniel Beaty 


Susan Boe 


Lean Adams 


Tim Barber 


Deanna Bell 


Lissa Bokker 


Danielle Ainley 


Sheryl Barker 


Jackie Bendorf 


Janet Bornemann 


Mark Andrews 


Cathy Barkes 


Joe Bentz 


Marianne Borton 


Robin Armstrong 


Laura Bass 


Linda Bentz 


Debbie Bowden 


Mardi Avery 


Emilie Bassett 


Sandra Berbaum 


Mark Boyce 


190 1 Class of 1983 









Susan Brady 
Sheila Bray 
Tim Brenner 
Kenneth Brier 







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Tammie Brininstool 


Jeff S. Brown 




Michelle Butler 


Bruce Brown 


Jacqueline Buckley 




James Buuck 


Debi Brown 


Zandra Burdine 




John Buuck 


Dwight Brown 


Cheryl Burris 




Bev Cain 




Christine Cantrell 
Wayne Carey 
Steve Carlson 
Wendy Carlson 



Rodney Carpenter 
Cindy Caswell 
Kevin Cawvey 
Teresa Chaney 



Kelly Clifton 
Joan Clouatre 
Ron Coffin 
Rusty Collett 



Jeff Collins 
Judy Collins 
Karen Com best 
Tammi Combs 



Georgina Cook 
Sheila Cook 
Deborah Cooper 
Jeannette Cooper 



Jim Cornell 
Randy Corner 
David Cozad 
Jennifer Craig 
Lois Kranich 
Craig Crombar 



Gary Davey 
April Davidhizar 
Pam Davis 
Mark Davisson 
Barbara Daymon 
Tom Deckard 



Trina Deem 
Scott Dexter 
Debbie Dodd 
Gwen Dufresne 
Brenda Duncan 
Darcy Dyce 
Rebecca Ebert 



Sapho 



;/ 191 




Cathy Emmons 


David Fanning 


Rhonda Fowler 


Edith Frostic 


Luane Emmons 


Steven Farrar 


Karen Fox 


Scott Fullerton 


Paula Engleman 


Debra Field 


Tony Frame 


Pam Gard 


Lanette Eshelby 


George Fiorenza 


Lori Frederickson 


Mike Garriott 


David Essex 


Floyd Fisher 


Paula Freed 


Laura Geeding 


Ken Evilsizor 


Ruth Fisher 


Karen Freeman 


Susan Geist 


Jackie Fackler 


Becky Fortune 


Jana Friend 


Richard George 


192 1 Sophomores 









Mark Gerboth Shelly Glendennings Carol Gray Jami Haddad 

Beth Gibson Kimberly Gonzalez Susan Gray Karen Hail 

Kathy Gillett Janice Gooden Tim Green Kevin Hail 

Kim Gilmore Regina Goodpasture Pam Griffin Jim Hair 




Randall Hale 
Fay Haney 
Linda Hanzelln 
Peggy Hardy 



Dianne Harmon 
Doris Harper 
Darrell Hasenleder 
Kelly Hendley 



Shelly Hendrick 
Marcia Hendrickson 
Lissa Herrmann 
Lynn Hickman 



Cheryl Hill 
Dawn Hillsenhoff 
Julie Hindmand 
Greg Hockerman 



Wanda Hodge 
Melinda Hofer 
Karen Holman 
Carole Howe 
Marion Humbles 
Susan Humphreys 
Cindy Hunsberger 



Margo Hutson 
Tom Hutson 
Deanna Ingram 
Danette Johnson 
Kim Johnson 
Thurston Johnson 
Carol Jones 



Naomi Jones 
Paula June 
Merrilee Kearns 
Laurel Keffer 
Kathy Kidd 
JeffKilhon 
Susan Kimmons 



Sarah King 
Sheila Kinney 
Cindy Kissick 
Phil Kizzee 
Steve Klock 
Jami Knight 
Susan Knox 



Sophomores / 193 




Bob Koch 

Kelly Koehn 


Marvena Leach 
Kevin Leaman 
Barry Locke 
Sandy Long 
Juanita Lovell 
Sharyl Lovell 
Steve Lovell 


Karen Ludwig 
Don Maddack 
Mary Ellen Maher 
Griffith Marks 
Brenda Marshall 
Lynda Martens 
Christie Martinson 




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Cheryl Lape 
Angie Latham 
Chris Laws 
Bob Lawson 


Mark Mash 
Don Maton 
Venice McBetts 
Denise McClellan 


Carole McClure 
Jill McCoy 
Ramona McElwain 
Darlene McGarey 


194 1 Sophomores 











Lane McPherson 
Mardee McSwain 
Karen Melgaard 
Fred Mellish 



Marcia Meyer Karen J. Miller 

Maurice Midgley Karen L. Miller 

Beth Mihay Pamela Millhuff 

Mark Millage Tim Mitchell 




Paul Moreillan 
Lizbeth Morris 
Karen Morse 
Janet Moutray 



Peggy Muncie 
Judy Murray 
Ramona Muschott 
Fred Muxlow 



Gay Myers 
Judy Neal 
Keith Nelson 
Dale Newsome 



Becky Nichols 
Julie Noblitt 
Randy Norriss 
Toni Norris 



Mary Park 
Brian Parker 
Scott Pate 
Paul Peavy 
Brenda Pelham 
Nancy Penberthy 
Ginger Pierce 



Mary Lou Pitts 
Sandi Pokorny 
Cynthia Pool 
Deborah Porter 
Mary Prindle 
Lynne Quanstrom 
Sarah Rassmusson 



Mark Reader 
Diana Rees 
Terry Reid 
Jeff Reynolds 
Rusty Rhodes 
Sue Ritchart 
Donald Robbins 



Rebekah Robbins 
Rick Roberts 
Tim Robinson 
Roger Rockwell 
Steve Roland 
Janice Romin 
Mark Romin 



Sophomore s / 195 







Brenda Ronne 


Diane Schaper 


Teresa Shaw 






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Denise Rousselle 


Todd Schulz 


Dan Sherar 












Shari Ruether 


Mark Searcy 


Emilie Shifley 






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Debbie Russell 


Steve Seibold 


Randy Showers 












Michelle Salerno 


Melody Sharpe 


Darlene Smalley 


Mark Snyder 


Becky Stout 


Tern Streets 


Carrie Sutherland 


Tim Tague 


Diane Sallman 


Ron Sharpe 


Karen Smith 


Branson Speakman 


Edward Stovall 


Brenda Strickland 


Carolyn Sutton 


Dan Taylor 


Ranch Sapp 


Scott Shattuck 


Kathy Synder 


Ruth Stephens 


Danny Strange 


Rodger Strong 


Jackie Sweet 


Lisa G. Taylor 








Laurie Spotloe 


Judy Strange 


Sue Stuck 


Lora Syson 


Terri Taylor 


/ Sophomorei 


















Judith Tennant 


Lee Tolbert 


Kimberly Tweedy 


Lynne Walker 


Karen Watson 


Ron Thick 


Sharon Towne 


Tina Vance 


Janeene Warby 


Sarah Watts 


Rhonda Thill 


JeffTubbs 


Sheryl Van 


Janet Warby 


Wanda Weathers 


Michelle Tingley 


Denise Turrott 


Houweling 
Mindy Vaught 


Kevin Warner 


Katrina Weaver 



Paul Wechter 


Tim Whitteberry 


Barbara Woodward 


Lisa Weinert 


Tim Wiens 


Rhonda Woolard 


Darryl Wellman 


Steve Willett 


Bekki Yeakle 


Wendy Wendell 


Cecil Williams 


Julie Young 


David White 


Diana Williams 


Gina Zurcher 


Sheryl White 


Deborah Wolf 


Janelle Zurcher 


Steve Whitteberry 







Sophomores / 197 




Marsha Abla Demise Anthony Todd Barnes 

Rebecca Ackerman Stephanie Applegate Robyn Barnett 

Elise Adams Roy Archibald Mark Barwegen 

Teresa Adams Patricia Balwierz Naomie Bates 

J. D. Allen Chris Banning Anita Beck 

Phil Alvord Ruth Bardell Sue Beck 

Tamara Anderson David Barnekow Beckv Bennett 



Denise Berard 
Kathleen Berube 
Martha Best 
Russell Best 



Lewanda Bestor 
Becky Boadway 
Stan Boice 
Dan Ballmer 



Tadd Boman 
Debora Bonham 
bllen Boone 
Laura Borst 



Lois Bowden 
Todd Brian 
Dawn Bridegroom 
Kent Bntton 



Rodger Brockway 
Donetta Brown 
Ginger Brown 
Russell Brown 



198 I Class of 1984 




Shelly Bryant 
Russell Burch 
Judy Cable 
Barclay Campbell 
Cindy Campbell 
Gina Caruso 
Melody Causey 



Kent Cederberg 
Joyce Charles 
Catherine Cheek 
Rhonda Clark 
Ritch Clark 
Lisa Claycomb 
Sheri Coffin 



Robert Cole 


Lisa Cook 


Alice Crum 


Lindsay Davis 


Diane Dinse 


Robin Ebert 


Charleen Coleman 


Connie Cooper 


Joel Curry 


Jeff Dawson 


Amy Downs 


David Egge 


Marc Collins 


Judy Cornelius 


Carrie Curtis 


Don Dean 


Bob Drake 


Kathi Ellis 


Robert Collins 


Bill Couchenour 


Lynn Curtis 


Joan Dehamer 


Dawn Drake 


Brian Engel 


Leah Condon 


Cindy Cox 


Shelly Curtis 


Christine Diaz 


Jill Drake 


Brian Etchison 


Greg Conner 


Marlin Coy 


Teresa Dale 


Thomas Dillman 


Pam Dye 


Rodd Fagg 


Rhonda Conner 


Curt Crocker 


Rachel Daniel 


Teri Dilts 


Melody Eash 


Brenda Ferryman 



Freshman / 199 



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Doug Field 


Darci Fogliani 


Shauni Gallion 


Mike Geiselman 


James Goerlitz 


Kari Green 


Karen Fischer 


Kirk Ford 


Michelle Gardziella 


Joy Gerald 


Ruth Golay 


Valerie Greene 


Glenn Fisher 


Pam Forillo 


Cindy Garland 


Gary Gerstenberger 


Jack Goudy 


Jill Griner 


Frank Fitzwater 


Sue Freeman 


Benny Garrett 


Patsy Gaselle 


Steve Gould 


David Gross 


Sue Fitzwater 


Randy Frizzell 


Judy Garrett 


Debbie Gibula 


Ben Granger 


Robin Gross 


Joanne Flammang 


Steve Fullerton 


Lori Garvin 


Kelh Gilliam 


Cyndi Green 


Sheri Gunn 


Annamae Fluder 


Jackie Furbee 


Patricia Gathman 


Tammy Gilliam 


Johnathan Green 


Julie Guyer 


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Stan Hansen John Harris 

Marlin Hanstad Tonya Harris 

Tim Hardyman Mark Hart 

Beth Harmon Linda Heinsman 





The Kelley Prayer Chapel 



"I just need to get away — off 
by myself to think and ptay and 
spend some time with God." 
Since Kankakee is not near a 
mountain range nor the vast 
ocean, the campus of Olivet 
needed a quiet, peaceful place 
to meditate and pray. Last year, 
the construction of our prayer 
chapel began and as the year 
ended, the completion of the 
Kelley Prayer Chapel was 
something to look forward to 
for the next fall term. 

The prayer chapel is a small, yet 
very appropriate place which 
students, faculty and ad- 
ministrators utilize daily. The ar- 



chitectural design, in conjunc- 
tion with other structures on 
campus is appealing and in- 
viting. Filling the front wall, a 
mural by Prof. Harvey Collins, 
head of the Department of Art, 
illustrates symbols of the Chris- 
tian faith. 

This year also marks the 
regeneration of Prayer Band, 
which was first organized in 
1941 and continued until 1970. 
Kelly Prayer Chapel is the site 
for these meetings held two 
nights per week. Under the 
leadership of Miss Lois Stanard, 
Vice President of Spiritual Life, 
students and faculty share in 



music, testimonies, and devo- 
tional messages. The chapel is 
also used for special emphasis 
meetings. 

Soon after the completion of 
the prayer chapel last spring, the 
first event to be held at this site 
was the serving of communion 
to the ASG members from 
1979-80 and for this year 1980- 
81. How appropriate an occa- 
sion since the first plans for a 
prayer chapel were introduced 
by a past ASG president, psi 



^ 



'atti Hendley 
r odd Henreckson 
Ihuck Hess 
3wayne Hetherington 



Debbie Hildreth 
Penny Hilgendort 
Libby Hines 
Rolf Hissom 



Michelle Hofstra 
Susan Holcomb 
Linda Holdburg 
Diana Holmquist 



Kathy Hoover 
Darla Horner 
Dave Horton 
Paul Horton 



Carol Hoskins 
Jeff Hyde 
Pam Ingersoll 
Walter Irons 



Dianna James 
Barry Jamison 
|anet Jennings 
Mark Jennings 



Donna Jensen 
Scott Johnson 
Kelly Jones 
Kim Jones 



Walter Jones 
Nora Keeling 
Julia Kegley 
Tim Kellerman 



Freshman / 201 



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Kerry Kerr 
Naomie Kindle 
Renee Kinnersley 
Valerie Kirby 
Kim Kirkpatrick 
April Knapp 
Teresa Knieper 



Galen Koch 
Rhonda 
Kondourajian 
Penny Lacv 
Jeff Lape 
Christy Larkins 
Eric Larson 
Rick Lashley 



Renee Leatherman 
Jonie Lee 
Terri Lerfald 
Tom Leston 
Rob Lewis 
Lynell Lindsey 
Monti Lobb 



Greg Long 
Ray Love 
Becky Lyke 
Beth Maddrell 
Jane Maddrill 
Steve Mahon 
Sharon Malinowsk 



Dawn Malliett 
Mike Malone 
Patricia Mangelsdorf 
Brian Maroon 
Brian Martin 
Wayne Mattox 
Cindy McAvoy 



Sarah McClung 
Jeaneen McCoy 
Laurie McDougall 
Todd McFalls 



Doug McKinley 
Lori McRoberts 
Linda Meissner 
Lynda Melton 



Norman Mem 
Tammy Midge' 
Rene Miles 
Cynthia Miller 



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tte 



202 I Freshman 



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Debra Miller 
Sharon Miller 
Ken Millington 
Becky Mills 



Robert Mitchell 
Lamont Moon 
Wayne Moore 
Linda Morris 



Nadine Namyst 
Debbie Nelson 
Carl Nicholson 
Cindy Nichter 



Darin Nossett 
Penny Ostric 
Mark Outcalt 
Kathy Paffenroth 



Theresa Palmer 


Laurie Perdue 


Diane Redka 


Dallas Richardson 


Penny Parker 


Rick Petrucha 


Rod Reed 


Jamie Richardson 


Linda Parmely 


Dawn Phillips 


Tracy Reed 


Laura Richter 


Brenda Paschall 


Tammy Pickett 


Beth Reeves 


Mike Reilly 


Duane Pasko 


Janette Petter 


Donna Rehmer 


Johnathon Riley 


Debbie Patterson 


Debbie Preisler 


Brian Reisen 


Sarah Rinesmith 


Eric Penrod 


Susan Prior 


Dale Richardson 


Melanie Rittenhouse 



Freshman / 203 




Lorraine Roat 


Cindy Rose 


Elayne Sanford 


Angie Shipman 


Rhonda Sorn 


David Spencer 


Mauna Steininger 


Cathy Suttles 


Michael Roat 


Jerry Rose 


Kayla Schlough 


Mary Shockey 


Carol Sowinski 


Stephanie Spencer 


Loren Stemke 


Dan Swartz 


Tim Robbins 


Janet Rowe 


Robin Seaman 


Bill Slattery 


Rhonda Spangler 


Margaret Spracklen 


Gail Stewart 


Lynn Swartz 


Becki Roberts 


Lori Ruggles 


Kim Seeds 


Brian Smith 


Rosemary 


Br\an Starner 


Cindy Stiles 


Dave Taggart 


Andrew Robinson 


Jeanne Sageman 


Andv Sheets 


Dave Smith 


Sparenburg 


Lori Steel 


Mark Storer 


Randy Tague 


Kim Rodgers 


Kim Samson 


Steve Shelby 


David Smith 


Tammie Sparks 


Cindy Steelle 


Sharron Stubblefield 


Wendy Thomas 


Carole Rogers 


Kevin Sandlin 


Sandy Shelton 


Diana Smith 


Kim Speedy 
Sue Speicher 


Jody Steindel 


Gene Sullivan 


Bruce Thompson 


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Myra Thompson 
Kathy Titterington 
Fonda Toutges 
Jeff Trotter 



Greg Tucker 
Tammy Turner 
Melissa Ulrich 
Terri Underwood 



Rick Unger 
Sarah Van Meter 
Shari Vanande 
Cindy Vernier 



Lori Vidt 
Becky Vollick 
David Wade 
David Walker 



Sarah Waller 
Mark Waltz 
Kim Warrick 
Dean Watkins 
Cindy Weimer 
Suzanne Wells 
Robert Wharton 



Jerry Whitaker 
Debora White 
Wanda Whiteside 
Chris Whittington 
Lori Willard 
Kent Williams 
Teresa Williams 



Jeff Williamson 
Debbie Willis 
Cheryl Wilson 
Marilyn Witherspoon 
Yvonne Wolf 
Renae Wolfex 
Ronda Wolterstorff 



Michelle Woodcook 
Melinda Wooden 
Melissa Wright 
Tim Wright 
Stephanie Yates 
Doug Young 



Freshman / 20"> 



Junior Class 
Council 

Front row: Brenda Fray, Representative; Rhonda Knox, 
Vice President; Julie Crabtree, President; Shari Shead, 
Social Committee; Back row: Alice Steele, Representative; 
Missy Zielinski, Social Committee; Mike Bentz, 
Representative; Cindy Horton, Secretary; Rob Paleno, 
Chaplain; Steve Beatty, Treasurer; Trina Heidrick. Social 
Committee; Tim Moore, Social Committee; Jeantne Kezele, 
Social Committee. 



Sophomore 

Class 

Council 

Front row: Lisa Taylor, Secretary; Jeff Collins, Vice 
President; Lynn Hickman, President; Bev Cam, 
Treasurer; Back row: Darlene McGarey, Representative; 
Jana Friend, Representative; Lissa Backer, Social 
Committee; Cindy Caswell, Social Committee; Ron Sharpe, 
Chaplain; M ichele Tingley, Social Committee; Professor H. 
Collins, Advisor; Becky Ebert, Social Committee. 



Freshman 

Class 

Council 

L. to R.: Marc Collins. Social Committee; Heather Hanson, 
Social Committee; Lori Steed. Social Committee; Mark 
Brown, Representative; David Gross, Social Committee; 
Bill Slatery, Treasurer; Monty Lobb, President; Bill St. 
John. Vice President; Rene Miles. Secretary; David Egge, 
Chaplain; Judy Cornelius, Representative; Mark Parker, 
Social Committee. 




206 j Class^ Coupcils 




Graduate Students 



aster of Arts 




Marilyn J. Anderson — Elementary Education 

Shelby Ralph Barnhart — Religion 

Fred W. Bates — Religion 

Steven R. Beck — Religion 

Howard N. Becker — Religion 

James K. Bennett Jr. — Religion 

Margaret E. Bloom — Religion 

Lynda T. Boardman — Elemejntary Education 

Jack Braundmeier — Religion 

Terry Benson Brown — Church Management 

Arnold Burris — Religion 

Arlin Chesney — Religion 

Gerald K. Craig — Religion 

Amelia A. Davis — Elementary Education 

Don Dennison — Religion 

Cheryl L. Floyd — Religion 

Stephen C. Floyd — Religion 

Mark K. Gilroy — Religion 

Arlie T. Gunter — Religion 

Randy Hill — Religion 

Harriet Hopkins — 

Crawford Merle Howe — Church Management 

Michael Ice — Religion 

Joan S. Irizarry — Elementary Education 

Ruth A. Isaacs — Elementary Education 

Thomas J.Jacob — Religion 

Deri Keefer — Religion 

Robert E. King — Church Management 

Donna J. Kon — Religion 

David Lamkin — Religion 

Paul Daniel League — Religion 

Marshall S. Lillie — Religion 



Thomas H. Lorimer — Religion 

Greg Mason — Religion 

Rodney Miller — R eligion 

John O. Mongerson — Religion 

Mark Moore — Religion 

Roger Outler — Religion 

James Palmer Jr. — Religion 

Lyle Pettit — Religion 

Larry R. Phelps — Re ligion 

J. Dean Pickett — Re ligion 

David R. Plunkett — Religion 

Vicki A. Plunkett — Elementary Education 

Mary E. Rogelstad — Elementary Educ ation 

Roy Rogers — Religion 

Ray A. Siefken — Church Management 

Kenneth W. Southerland — Religion 

Sandra E. Southerland — Elementary Education 

John R. Stackman — Religion 

R. B. Standifer — Religion 

Gerald Street — Religion 

Donald E. Tyler — Religion 

Ben Dale Walls — Religion 

Robert L. Walls — Religion 

Clifford L. Walton — Religion 

Debora White — Religion 

James Whitis — Elementary Education 

Donald H. Wilkins — Religion 

Michael Williams — Religion 

Richard E. Wise — Religion 

David C. Wright — Religion 

Richard A. Wright — Religion 

Sue A. Young — Elementary Education 



Graduate Students / 201 




am" 




Faculty 7 209. 



- Willis E. Snowbarger, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
LL.D. 



"My desire - to be an extension of my Heavenly "Those who bring sunshine to the lives of other 

father's hand. " "... If you believe God is in the plan, trust Him, cannot keep it from themselves. " - Sir James 

- Norman W. Bloom, Th.B., B.A., B.D., He will not lei it fail. " Barrie 

M.Div., Honorary D.D. - Charles L. Beatty, B.S., M.B.A. - Kenneth W. Southerland, A.B. 




"// 's a great day to be alive. 
- L. Selden Marquart, B.S. 



"Work - the easier activity man has invented to "Colors fade, temples crumble, empires fall, "Things turn out best for those who make the 

escape boredom. " seasons change, but kind words endure forever. " best of the way things turn out. " -John Woodi 

-James R. Tripp, B.S. - F. W. Faber -Jim D. Knight, A.B., M.S. 

- Douglas Perry, B.A. 



210 I Administration 



"Trust in the Lord with all thy heart: and lean 
not on thy own understanding. In all thy ways 
acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths. 
Proverbs 3:5-6 
-Norman L. Moore, Th.B., B.B.A. 



"Be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, 
forgiving one another, even as God for 
Christ 's sake hath forgiven you. " 
Ephesians 432 
- Roy F. Quanstrom, A.B., M.A. 



"Casting all your care upon Him; for He caret h for 

you." I Peter 5:7 

-TedR. Lee, B.A., M.Div. 




"My ministry is to express what God is doing 
through the lives of students and faculty at 
Olivet. By pictures and written words in The 
Collegian, or by spoken words in a church 
service and the Newsphone, I find this a 
challenging and rewarding assignment. " 
- Gordon C. Wickersham, A.B., M.A., B.D. 




B. "Abraham: 'Now that I have been so bold 
as to speak with the Lord ... ' 'Man 's great 
opportunity is that he may speak with God. " 
- Kung 

-John Mongerson, Th.B., M.A. 

A. Board of Trustees: 

L. to R., Front Row: D. Landreth, C. Lewis, 
0. Maish, N. Strait, C. Allen, W. Parsons, H. 
HattonJ. Hunton, R. Fox, J. Hay, R. 
Ketchum. Second Row: S. Kelleyj. Dickey, D. 
Gibson, W. Graeflin, D. Westhafer, D. 
Nesbitt, H. Small, B. G. Wiggs, G. Hughes, L. 
Wright. Third Row: M. Moore, F. Pounds, K. 
Bottles, W. Damon,). Schweigert, D Remole, 
J. Reader, J. Pitts, D. Wineinger, G. Oliver, J. 
Spruce, B. Peterson. Fourth Row: K. Sparks, R. 
Dafoe.J. Woodruff E. Pannier, T. Holstein, 

C. Thill, 0. Sheets, F. Goble, T. Hermon. Fifth 
Row: G. Garvin, F. Nash, R. Cerrato. C. Dr. 
Parrott, Dr. Taylor, and Dr. Jewell are 
responsible for the organization of the Board 
of Trustee meetings. 



"All things work together for good to them that "Though no one can see the end of what he says or "Do not let your inabilities cancel out God's 

love God and are called according to His purpose, "does, the harvest time comes sometime, somewhere. " possibilities. " 

Romans 8:28 - Grover Brooks, B.A., M.A. -James H. Boardman, Admission. 

- Beverly Lee, Director of Student Activities 

and Ludwig Center 



Administration / 211 



"What do you mean, you don 7 have a third "Never question your wife's judgement, look 

down?" who she married. " 

- Gene Hartness, B.A. - Clifford L. Hayman, Registrar 



Dennis Baldridge, B.S., Science Tech. 



- Marilyn Cooper, Secretary to the Dean of the 
College 



212 I Administration 




A. Ted Lee presents the plaques for the D. Dr. Willis Snowbarger, Dean of the College, 

citizenship award at graduation I960. B. enjoys a Tiger football game from the pressbox. E. 

Gordon Wickersham and Grover Brooks conspire Bev Lee goes over some policies at a Ludwig staff 

on their way to chapel. C. Pat Duncan tries to meeting, 
keep information on hand concerning financial 
aid. 



Phyllis Harris, Secretary to the Dean ot - Phyllis Latimer, Secretary to Associate Dean 

Students of Students 




Administrative Staff / 213 



"Always look up and keep the Son in your eyes. 
- Brenda Patterson, A.S., B.S., M.Ed. 



"All things are possible only believe 
-Jack Furbee, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 



"Lord, help me to remember thai whatever 
happens today, You and I can handle it. 
- Lowell Flint, A.B., M.Ed,, Ed.D. 



"A teacher today has the opportunity to share 
Christ with dozens oj students who are 
hungry to know a better way than that offered 
them by their culture or their home. " 
- Marjorie Mayo, B.S., M.S. 




"God grant me the insight to focus on goals 

which are achievable today. " 

- Harry Westfall, B.A., M.A., B.D., M.S., 

Ph.D. 



"Living is witnessing. ' 
- Gary Newsome, B.S 



"The prospects are as bright as the promises of 

God. " Adoniramjudson 

- William W. Bell, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



Improvements 

Division of 

Under the second year of 
eadership by Chairman, Dr. Jack 
Furbee, the Division of 
Education and Psychology was 
faced with a major project. This 
was to comply with the Illinois 
State Board of Education 
regarding House Bill 150. Simply, 
the bill meant that all student 
teachers must be trained in the 
area of exceptional children. 
Because this legislation required 
the mainstreaming of children 
with handicaps, both mental and 
physical, all teachers now need to 
know how to best teach these 



214 I Education and Psychology Division 



'airi has been my teacher. " 

Zarolyn Sechrist, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



"A wise teacher makes learning a joy. " Proverbs 

15:2 

- Sara E. Spruce, B.S., M.A., Advanced 

Certificate, Doctor of Education. 



"Except the Lor J built the house, they labour 

in vain that built it. "Psalms 127:1 

- Donald A. Wood, B.S., M.S.Ed., Ed.D. 



"Forgetting what is behind and straining 

toward what is ahead, 1 press on toward the 

goal to win the prize for which God has called 

me heavenward in Christ Jesus. " Philippians 

3.13-14NIV 

- Randy L. Myers, B.S., CPR. 




strengthen the 

Education and Psychology 



xceptional students. In the 
Education Department, Dr. 
Donald Wood joined the staff to 
upervise elementary education 
tudent teachers and to teach 
ome education courses. 

loach Larry Watson was the 
xting chairman and Athletic 
Director of the Physical 
Education Department. Gary 
^ewsome was added to the 
Dlivet staff as coach of the 
baseball team and assistant coach 
n football, while also teaching in 
he department. 



Chairman William Bell and his 
staff in the Department of 
Psychology worked on the 
revision of the curriculum for 
psychology majors as they 
updated their program. 

The Division of Education and 
Psychology improved the 
substance of each department 
through various methods. New 
professors were added, the 
curriculum was reviewed, and the 
content of some education 
classes had slight changes to 
meet governmental regulation. 




"Outreach Needs Chrisllikeness" 
- Larry Watson, M. Ed. 

A.Janae Slimbarski discusses strategy with 
Coach Doenges. B - Ralph Hodge, B.A., 
M.A. C. Coach Watson, Coach Richardson 
and Randy Meyers keep the sports program 
alive. D. - Carol Doenges, B.A., M.Ed. 



"These things I do despise Hypocracy and lies And 
anything at all that dims The Light in children 's 
eyes. " 
- Franklin D. Garton, A.B., M.A. 



Education and Psychology Division / 213 



"Art is not only a way for people to find 
themselves but also a way to share themselves 
with many others." 
- Edith E. Cotner, B.S. 



"Next to the Word of God, music deserves the 

highest praise. The gift of language combined 

with the gift of song was given to man that he 

should proclaim the Word of God through 

music. "Luther 

- Marcus Van Ameringen, B.A., MRE, 

M.M. 




A. Donna Dikeman utilizes the time between 
classes to confer with Dr. Dunbar. B. Ovid Young 
introduces the next piece during the Neilson- 
Young piano concert at the Homecoming chapel 
service. C. Professor Thompson takes advantage of 
the pleasant weather to walk to his classes. D. Dr. 
Harlow Hopkins allows the band to take a breath 
while he speaks to the audience. 



Finalization of Plans for the Future Revitalized the 

Division of Fine Arts 



The Fine Arts Division was not 
lacking for enthusiasm as the 
anticipation was high for the 
beginning of the Larsen Fine 
Arts Center. Professor Marcus 
VanAmeringen was added to 
the faculty as an instructor in 
music, stringed instruments, 
and music literature and history. 
In the late winter months, 
application was made for 



admission in the National 
Association of Schools of 
Music. Many schools try every 
year to gain entrance into 
NASM because it adds prestige, 
keeps the school in touch with 
other schools of music 
throughout the nation, and 
displays confidence in the 
quality of the rusic professors. 
Hopes were high that Olivet 



would gain admission. 

Professor Harvey Collins, 
chairman of the Art 
Department, was responsible 
for the Fine Arts European trip 
during Interim. Visiting many 
famous places along with 
viewing world-renown 
sculptures, paintings, and 
architecture were some of the 



216 I Fine Arts Division 



(member, if at first you don't succeed ... you're 

erage. " "In the beginning, there was rhythm. " 

larvey A. Collins, B.F.A., M.F.A. - Gerald Anderson, B.S., B.M., M.M. 



"When men speak ill of thee - live so that no one 

may believe them. " Plato 

-James P. Thompson, B.A., M.A. 




Fine Arts Division / 217 



Cheryl Chaney, A.B. 



"Only perfect practice makes perfect. 

- Alice Kdwards, B.M. 



Irving Kranich, B.S., M.M. 



/•: all th) u ays acknou letlgi Him, and Hi 
shall direct thy paths." Proverbi I 6 
George Dunbar, U.S., MM.. D.M.A. 




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numerous benefits obtained by 
those who were fortunate to 
attend. 

Ground was broken for the 
Larsen Fine Arts Center during 
the spring. The Fine Arts Centc 
will improve the division in 
many ways. There will be 
greater integration between art 
and music. It will also add a 
desparately needed, acousticall 
designed auditorium which wi 



218 j Fine Arts Division 



sic is life, and like it. inextinguishable. 
tthew Airhart, B.A., M.M. 



"God's will! Nothing more; nothing less; nothing 

else.'" 

- Wanda Kranich, B.S., MM. 




Renee K. Dorsett, Instructor Commercial 
Art 




A. Dr. Hopkins leads the piece. "Carnival of 
Animals" at the Pops concert during Homecoming. 

B. Professor Van Ameringen entertains at the pie 
social. C. Junior Class Sponsor, Ken Hendrick and 
chapel pianist Gerald Anderson make their way 
to chapel. D Rod Reed contributes his talents on 
the french horn as the Concert Band performs 
during the Homecoming Pops Concert. 



enhance performances instead 
of echoing them. The practice 
rooms and studios will be 
modernized to include 
recording and play-back ability 
which will help to increase both 
student and faculty morale and 
boost enrollment. Also, there 
will be less wasted time because 
once the Fine Arts Center is 
finished, music and art students 
will not have to split their time 
between six different buildings 



for classes as previous students 
have had to do. With the 
possible exception of those 
organ students who use College 
Church, all classes will be 
conducted in the Fine Arts 
Center. 

Chairman Dr. Harlow Hopkins 
noted that the Fine Arts 
Division provides one of the 
best windows to the outside 
world, and it is now preparing 



itself for having a beautiful 
home on campus - the Larsen 
Fine Arts Center. 



Fine Arts Division / 219 



"Everything I have given to the Lor J, He has used 

and multiplied. " 

- David Kale, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



"Avez-vous des questions?" 
■ Vicki Trylong, B.A., M.A.T. 



"There is no plenary or verbal inspiration on 

any literary work. " 

- Shirlee A. McGuire, B.S., M.A., M.A. 



"He who knows not, and knows not that he 
knows not, is a fool. Shun him. He who knows 
not, and knows that he knows not, is simple. 
Teach him. He who knows and knows not 
that he knows, is asleep. Wake him. He who 
knows, and knows that he knows is wise. 
Follow him." 
Henry P. Engbrecht, A.B., M.A. 





A. Karen DeSollar proof reads the newspaper 
columns for the Glimmerglass. B. Prof. Streit 
advises Rachel Kuhn on classes she should 
take toward her English major. C. Dr. Kale 
stops at the candy machine for some quick 
energy. D. Professor Windoffer, serves as the 
faculty advisor for the Glimmerglass. E. 
After chapel Prof.Jorden and Dr. Lyons 
exchange thoughts. 



220 I Language and Literature Division 



vJancy Kendall, B.A. 



"Love of truth shows itself in our knowing 
how to find and value the good in every 
thing. " 
- William G. Foote, B.A., M.A., B.D. 



"Your instructor looks favorably upon a 
discussion based on serious study or 
research. 1 am not interested in shared 
ignorance. " 
- Gunnell Jorden, B.A., M.A. 



"My Father God, I cannot thank Thee enough 
that Thou are throwing open to me the gates of 
life. I enter and rejoice. In Jesus' name. Amen. " 
- Dixie Mae Turner, B.A., M.A. 




Concern About Communication Creates Increase in the 

Division of 

Language and Literature 



One of the most advantageous 
attributes of the Language and 
Literature Division is the 
similarity of the departments in 
focusing on language and its 
use in communication through 
various media. 



The Speech Department 
communicated through oral 
medium. It has developed a 
great deal since the early years 
of the department when the 
emphasis was solely on speech 
performance. Diversification 



into broadcasting, 
communication, and public 
relations helped to increase the 
student enrollment, involve 
students, and create 
enthusiasm. Received into the 
teaching staff was Miss Nancy 



Language and Literature Division / 22 1 



iHm 



-Judith Whitis, B. A. 



Audrey Myers, Divisional Secretary 



"Be organized. There J enough chaos in the 
world and Christian stewardship of the time 
and energy demands order. " 
- Leora Windoffer, B.A., M.A., MA. 




A. Professor Gary Streit serves as chairman of 
the Department of English. B. Gene Sullivan 
types copy for the Aurora after it was 
approved by the yearbook advisor. Dr. Larry 
Finger. C. Dr. Sara Spruce seems to enjoy her 
responsibilities at Olivet. D. Mass Media 
students are tested for their knowledge of 
Government Policies of the Media. 



222 I Language and Literature Division 



Minnie Wills, B.A., M.A. 



"To thine own self be true!" 

- Lottie I. Phillips, A.B., M.A., Ph.D 



"Come let us live the poetry we sing. " - Edwin 

Markham 

- Donald Toland, B.A., M.A. 



"If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because he hears a 
different drummer. " - Thoreau 
- Larry Finger, B.A., M.A., Ed.S., Ph.D. 




c. 


D. 




Kendall, an Olivet alumna who 


major offered requires the basic 


demanded. Each year the 


has earned her Master's degree 


grammar courses. The purpose 


professors in the department 


in Drama. 


of the change was to provide 


attempt to organize a Foreign 




the students with a well- 


Travel Seminar in Europe, 


This was the first year of 


rounded education. 


either to France or Spain. 


operation of the revised English 






curriculum. Concerned about 


The Foreign Language 


Overall, the language and 


the deterioration of skills, the 


Department was in the process 


Literature Division enrollment 


core of courses for the English 


of developing despite its small 


was beginning to show a 


major were switched from 


size. The need for foreign 


healthy increase. Chairman Dr. 


complete concentration on 


languages became more evident 


David Kale noted that many 


literature to equal emphasis 


as many more Spanish-speaking 


positive improvements 


upon the writing of 


people immigrated to the 


occurred as the division 


compositions, works of 


United States and as world 


updated the materials and 


literature, and the basic 


commerce grew and bi-lingual 


curriculum to better prepare the 


structuring of language. Every 


business administrators were 


students. 



- Ruth Moore, B.A., M.A. 



Language and Literature Division / 223 



m 



Additions Enrich the 

Division of 
Natural Science 



The Natural Science Division 
experienced many changes over 
the past year. Most evident were 
the numerous changes in faculty. 
Dr. Gordon Whitten's 
resignation enabled him to work 
in research for a company in 
Boston thus Dr. Ivor Newsham 
assumed the position of the 
Physics Department Chairman 
along with being the Title III 
coordinator. Included in the new 
faculty was Dr. Linford Falb who 



joined the Department of 
Biology after completing his 
Ph.D. in agronomy at the 
University of Georgia. His varied 
background added to the 
department in the areas of 
agronomy, biochemistry, and 
plant physiology. Another new 
member of the Biology 
Department was Mark 
Kruzynski, a 1980 graduate of 
Olivet. He taught full-time and 




"I really thought this was one of my easier 

tests. " 

-John B. Williams, B.A., M.S. 




"When I consider your heavens, the work of 
your fingers, the moon and the stars, which 
you have set in place, what is man that you 
are mindful of him, the son of man that you 
care for him? " Psalm 8:3 - 4 
-John Hanson, A.B., Ph.D. 



"Wisdom is found only in truth. " Goeth 
- Linford Faib, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 



"It's a girl!!" 
-John DeMint, B.S. 



224 I Natural Science Division 



"Nature is often not too complicated, but rather too 

simple to be understood. Perhaps, what is true for "The courage to risk failure is what leads to 

the creation is also true for the creator?" success. " 

- Russell W. Gruhlke, B.A.. M.A., MA. - Robert Wright, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 




A. A fine football maneuver draws deserving 
applause from a faculty us he 
Departmental discussions demonstrate a 
change in roles as professors assume students ' 
positions behind the lab tables. 



"The beauty of God's creation includes all living 
creatures, including frogs and SNAKES. " 
-Mark Kruszynski, B.A. 



C. The study of Chemistry equation and 
molecular structures interest Dr. Falb. D. 
Professor Williams explains the concept of 
complements to his calculus class. E. "The joy 
of the Lord is my strength. "- Virgil Vail, 
A.B., M.S. F. Chairman Dr. Wright conducts 
a departmental meetingin the lab. F. 
Chairman Dr. Wright conducts a 
departmental meeting in the lab. 



Natural Science Division / 225 



"You can do it if you try. " 

- Max Reams, B.A., B.S., MB., Ph.D. 



"// is by logic that we prove, but by intuition tht 

we discover. " Poincare 

- David Atkinson, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 



"The less government funding, control and 
regulation of our private and institutional 
life, the better off we are. " 
- Ivor Newsham, B.A., Ph.D. 



"Man does not live on bread alone, but on 
every word that conies from the mouth of 
God. " Matthew 4:4 N.I. V. 
- Robert E. Hayes, B.S., Ph.D., M.S. 




also began work on his master's 


for trace element analysis. The 


degree. Additional members 


addition of this instrument will 


filling important part-time 


greatly expand the quantitative 


teaching positions were Dr. 


techniques available for the 


Evelyn Witthoff, John De Mint, 


training of Olivet students. 


and Steven Smith. Professor 


particularly in chemistry. In the 


Virgil Vail assumed full-time 


Summer of 1980, two students 


teaching responsibilities in the 


from Olivet, Koleen Wynn and 


Math and Physics Departments 


Stephen Bennett, along with Dr. 


after serving as the director of 


Taylor, conducted research 


the Science Technology Facility 


which was supported by 


for eight years. 


Research Corporation and 




Natural Science Foundation 


Changes also took place in lab 


grants totaling over $125,000. 


equipment. The Division of 


The grants paid for equipment 


Natural Science received a 


including a High Performance 


Perkin-Elmer Atomic Absorption 


Liquid Chromatograph and a 


Spectrophotometer Model 107, 


Hewlett-Packard 


as a donation from AMCO 


Integrator-Recorder. 


Chemical Company of Joliet. The 




donation was made possible by 


Positive changes and 


the help ot an Olivet graduate 


improvements marked the year as 


and several faculty members, 


the goal of educational 


especially Dr. Larry Ferren. The 


excellence was foremost for the 


College invested $2,000 to install 


Division of Natural Science. 


the instrument and provide lamps 





A. Physics Professor Gruhlke and Business 
Professor Gray put aside departmental differences 
to enjoy an afternoon of football. B. Gary Jenkins 
completes his lab assignment for embryology. C. Dr. 
Reams collects his thoughts before leaving for class. 
D. Dr. Hanson is entranced as he watches the 
football game against Eureka. 




226 I Natural Science Division 



'For the law was given by Moses, but grace and 

ruth came by Jesus Christ. "John 1.17 "Strive to inspire, not to impress. " 

Stephen K. Taylor, B.A., Ph.D. - William D. Beaney, B.S., M.S. 



"/ am thankful [or the day today 
assurance of God's presence and His 
leading. " 
- Michael W. Vail, B.A., M.Ed., Ph.D. 



"// is not the mountain before you that will keep 
you from reaching your goal but rather the grain of 
sand in your shoe. " 
- Richard Wirt, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 








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Natural Science Division / 227 



A. - Albertla David, B.S.N., M.S.N. B. Mrs. 
Eaton instructs student nurse in the proper 
techniques of CPR. C. Serving as secretary to 
the Nursing Division is Mrs. Edith 
Williams. D. - Dr. Evelyn Witthoff B.S., 
M.D.. E. - Lois Barnett. B.S.N. 



"We must care for the WHOLE person. 
-Julie Murphy, B.S. 




"There are no ifs in God's world and no 
places that are safer than other places. The 
center of His will is our only safety. " Corrie 
Ten Boom 
- Maxine E. Simmons, B.A. Med, R.N. 



"Learn from Yesterday 

Live for Today 

Hope for Tomorrow." 

- Norma R. Wilson, B.S.N., M.S.N., M.Div 



"The only thing constant about community health "Practice the truth in love and so grow up in all 
is that you can count on it always changing. " things in Him who is the head. " Christ 
- Phyllis Reeder, B.S., M.S.N. - Gladys F. Noguera, B.S., M.S. 





- Loretta Robson Reinhart, R.N., B.S.N. , 

M.S.N. 



■ Lorame Rentfro, B.S.N., M.S. 



■ Leann Eaton, B.S.N. , M.S.N. 



228 J Nursing Division 



(n ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. " "Bloom where you are planted. " 
.eona C. Hayes, A.B., B.S.N., M.S.N. - Susanna Davison, R.N., B.S., M.S. 



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"The Hurrier I go the behinder - they 
that wait upon the Lord shall renew their 
strength. " 
- Charlotte E. Keck, M.S. 



"Every quest for knowledge is based on faith. On 
the basis of faith we do seek knowledge, and he 
who seeks knowledge finds it. " 
- Ranelle Eigsti, B.S.N. 




Achievements Attribute Prestige to the 

Division of 



Nursing 



Encompassing techniques as 
various as how to give a bed bath 
to the care of a terminally ill 
child, the Nursing Division 
prepared young women and men 
for a future of community health 
and nursing. Each professor has 
earned a Bachelor of Science 
degree in Nursing, and the 
majority of them have also 
received a Master's degree in 
Nursing. 

In the division, students took five 
major classes, each one dealing 
with a separate aspect of health 
care for the patient. The nursing 
students were required to achieve 
a certain academic level in their 
introductory courses. Upon ac- 



ceptance into the nursing pro- 
gram, they took the core of 
courses in Basic Concepts. This 
class developed basic skills need- 
ed in the other classes such as the 
proper way to make a bed or give 
an injection. During the Junior 
year, the two major classes were 
Nursing of Adults (Medical 
Surgical Nursing) and Maternal 
Child Nursing (Pediatrics and 
Obstetrics). Each of these ten- 
hour courses involved the stu- 
dent nurses following the 
prescribed care plans in the 
hospital setting. In the final year 
of study, the fields of topic 
covered Mental Health Nursing, 
which dealt with the aspects of 



caring for the mentally ill patient. 
Community Health probed into 
the workings of the nurse in the 
local area. Also during the Senior 
year, the students obtained the 
opportunity to do indepth 
research in the area of their 
choice. 

The Nursing Division is extreme- 
ly proud of two recent ac- 
complishments. A new program 
has been initiated which allows 
Registered Nurses who already 
have the practical knowledge to 
receive a Bachelor's degree 
without requiring an additional 
four years of college. The 
brightest achievement in the 



history of nursing at Olivet is the 
accredidation of the program by 
the National League of Nursing 
in December 1979, which added 
prestige to the division. 

The most outstanding factor 
which characterized the nursing 
students and faculty was the con- 
tact with the public and their ac- 
tion and involvement in the nurs- 
ing profession. 



Nursing Division / 229 



"Man is not the author of hit own existence, but 
"Faith is compatible with reality but not with God has made him the master of his own 

fantasy. " Genuine investment of your life in others pays destiny. " 

- Kenneth E. Hendrick, A.B., M.Div., Th.M., immeasurable diviends." - William J. Woodruff, B.A., M.Div., M.R.E., 

D. Min. - C. William Ellwanger, B.D., Th.B. M.Th. 



"Know that the Lord is God. It is He who 
made us, and we are His; We are His people, 
the sheep of His pasture. " Psalms 100:3 
- Larry Reinhart, B.A., M.A., M.Div. 




C. 

A. - William Dean, B.A., B.D., Ph.D. B. Dr. 

Culp and his bicycle is a common sight around 
campus. C. Dr Ellwanger pauses momentarily 
from his busy schedule. D. Dr. Sayes takes his 



leisure time to play Softball. E. Dr. Dean 
explains a concept in Christian Doctrine class. 
F. Speaking engagements and lecture meetings 
fill Dr. Parrott's every day. 



Preparation pinpoints th< 

Division 

of Religion anc 



The main purpose of the 
Religion and Philosophy 
Division is to "guide 
students who feel called into 
the ministry and Christian 
service," according to 



Chairman Dr. J. Ottis Sayes. The 
division is comprised of four 
departments: Biblical Literature, 
Christian Education, Philosophy, 
and Theology. 



230 I Religion and Philosophy Division 



Forest T. Benner. B.S., S.T.B., Th.M, Ph.D. 



-J. Ottis Sayes, Th.B., B.D., M.R.E 
D.R.E. 



"Knowing the truth will make you free to bring 
about change and not destruction. " 
-John Culp, B.A., M.Div., M.A., Ph.D. 



"/ would prefer that students leave my classes 
having learned how to think than having 
learned what I think. " 
- George Lyons, A.B., M.Div., Ph.D. 




mrpose of 



Philosophy 

>veral students were involved in a 
;ld-training program, interacting 
ith various churches on the 
lucation zone. The students 
sisted the pastor with some of 
e duties of his position. The 



tasks taken on by the students 
included calling, working with 
teen groups, assisting in Sunday 
School classes, and participating in 
the worship services. The program 
was developed to help each 



student relate to the workings and 
responsibilities of the minister. 
This program was unique to 
Nazarene colleges as it used the 
asset of students to help the area 
churches. 

After graduation these students 
were prepared to go directly into 
church work. Many graduates 
choose to continue their education 
by going either to Nazarene 
Theological Seminary in Kansas 



City or by staying at Olivet to 
receive a Master's degree in 
Theology or Biblical Literature. 

Although the Religion and 
Philosophy Division staff is small 
compared with other divisions, it 
has the responsibility of furnishing 
churches with ministers, associates, 
youth directors, evangelists, and 
other church workers. Each staff 
member works hard to supply 
churches with the people needed. 



Religion and Philosophy Division / 231- 



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"Sociology? What is that a new disease. 
- Bruce Granger, B.A., MA, Ph.D. 



"For I, tin L<irJ your Cod, hold your right 
hand- it it I who say to you, Feiir not, I will 
help you 1 ." Isaiah 4 1:13 RSV 
- Bill J. Isaacs, A.B., M A 



"Life isn 't fair. " 

- Alan J. Gray, B.A., M.B.A. 



"Education and the study of history must be a 
process by which the student learns how to 
think and function within society, not just the 
accumulation of meaningless facts. " 
- Stephen Pusey, B.A., M.A. 





Capitalization of Intellectual 




Resources Characterized the 




Division of Social Science 


Change and involvement 


many changes had been made 


and decision-making for the 


characterized the Social Science 


this year in the division. 


department." 


Division. The four division 






departments actively attempted 


Sociology and Anthropology is 


The History Department also 


to stimulate the students by 


one department which 


underwent some changes while 


capitalizing upon the study of 


maintained a full-time staff 


reviewing new projects and 


different behavior patterns 


comprised solely of doctorial 


materials. The most visible 


apparent in society, preparation 


recipients. Bruce Granger 


changes were the addition of 


of a student for a career in law, 


received his doctorate during 


Professor Stephen Pusey and 


instruction in the effective 


the summer. As a result. Dr. 


also the retirement of Professor 


management of a home, and 


Granger and Dr. Nielson were 


Harvey Humble after many 


discussion of the workings of a 


able to plan many necessary 


years of service to the 


retail salesman. Chairman Dr. 


revisions and new projects as 


department. 


Joseph Nielson, noted that 


"this year was one of discussion 





232 I Social Science Division 



3d the best you can. You must try to succeed- " 

3race E. Kindred, B.A., MA. 

"... Confidently and joyfully look forward 

to actually becoming all that God has had "God gives His best to those who leave the choice 

in mind for us to be. " Romans V26 with Him. " 

- Diane Frey, B.S.. MA. - Esther Roberts, B.S , MA 





"Time is a unique asset. It cannot be saved by 
hoarding and yet properly invested it pays 
maximum dividends. " 
- Leonard E. Anderson, B.S., M.S., C.P.A. 








E. 


F. 


Obvious differences were 


largest department in the 


apparent in the Home 


division with approximately 


Economics Department, as it 


4,900 class hours taken by 


was headed by Dr. Nielson and 


students each semester. The 


supervised by Professor Grace 


department was in the 


Kindred. Professor Rubalee 


"planning level" of revising the 


Wickland relinquished her 


curriculum as the core of 


departmental head duties for 


classes were reviewed. A 


one year to work on her 


computer course was added to 


doctorate. Miss Linda 


acquaint students with its 


Yardumian also completed his 


applications to the business 


work with the Department of 


world. Professor Terry MacKay 


Health, Education, and Welfare 


returned to the business 


in the area of infant nutrition. 


administration teaching staff. 


Several revisions in the 




department included the 


Through all of the various 


purchasing of new sewing 


changes in the departments, the 


machines, ranges, and a 


Social Science Division 


microwave oven. 


attempted to provide the proper 




materials, information, and 


The Business Department, 


environment to best meet the 


headed by Professor Leonard 


needs of the individual. 


Anderson, maintained the 





"As the world becomes smaller physically, it 
becomes larger psychologically. " 
-Joseph F. Nielson, A.B., MA, Ph.D. 

A. "Be still, and know that 1 am God ..." - 
Joanne R. Marquart, B.S., M.Ed. B. -Jean Culp, 
B.A., MA. C. - Gene Shea, B.S., M.A., C.P.A. 
D. - Linda Yardumian, B.A., M.S. E. - Kenneth 
Armstrong, B.S., MBA. F. "There is no such 
thing as a free lunch.'" - Terry D MacKay, B.A. 
G. Dr. Bruce Granger takes time to cheer for the 
Tigers on a cold afternoon. H. Terry MacKay 
proves to be an asset to the Business Department. 



Social Science Division / 233 



"Don 't ever give up on God, for He 

will never give up on you. " 

— Richard E. Wise 

LeVasseur Apartments Resident 

Director 



Resident 
Directors 
Assist 
Students 



A. "Seek God's kingdom first. " — Mary 
Margaret Reed, Nesbitt Resident Director; B. 
Chapman RA's; L. to R. Front Row: R. 
Ruesing, L. Weber; Second Row: M. Reader, 
D. Meadows, K. Peachey; Back Row: R. 
Paleno, M. Holcomb, G. Griffin; Other 
members include: G. Hyde, G. Karrtck; C. 
Williams RA's; L. to R., L. Manville, M. 
Billings, B. Franseen, B. McClung, C. 
Kellerman, B. Keffer, M. Zielinski; D. 
McClain RA's; L. to R., C. Burrous, M. 
Cruzen, D. Calvin, S. Neal, C. Ball; E. Rick 
Tripp. Le Vasseur Resident Director; F. 
Women's Apartment RA's; L. to R., Seated: P. 
Stadler, E. Gibbs, T. McGill; Standing: L. 
Manning; G. Parrott RA's; L. to R.,J. Hodge, 
Resident Director, J. Campbell, D. Hoffert, P. 
Berry, B. Frey, L. Oliver; H. Hills RA's; L. to 
R., Seated: J. Httrsh, D. Slack, J. Jones; 
Standing: D. Milliken, B. Wilson; Also 
included: S. Beck; I. Nesbitt RA's; L. to R.. 
Seated: C. Sellers, J. Handy; Back Row: B. 
Ahlseen. R. Hinkle; Also included: P. Taylor. 



"The test of Christianity is that 
man lives better than he preaches 
— 0. Chambers 
— David R. Plunkett 
Chapman Resident Director 



— JoAnne Rexroth 
Williams Resident Director 



— Jon Kring 

Hills Resident Director 





234 I Resident Directors 



— Robin Barnes 

Women's Apartments Resident 

director 



— Janice Hodge 

Parrott Resident Director 



ne givtin [wwer iu trje jairn; ana to 
"What we are is God's gift to us; them that have no might He increaseth 
What we can be is our gift to strength. " Isaiah 40:29 

Go J." — Lester Jones 

— Patricia L. Shook LeVasseur Apartments Resident 

McClain Resident Director Director 




Resident Directors / 235 



- Ray H Moore 
Asso< iate Instructor of Media 



"We have the information or we will 
find where it is available. " 

Allan I.. Wiens 
Library Division — Learning 
Center 



— Adeline Vanantwerp 
Assistant Librarian 



— Randy Simmons 
Education and Psychology 
Division, Library 



236 I Staff 




"A merry heart doeth good like a 
medicine. " Prov. 1 7 :22 
— Phil Richardson 
Bookstore and Post Office 
Manager 



"// will all work out — don '; worry 

about it. " 

— Judy Coomer 

SAGA Food Service Director 



Personnel Pose 



— Mary Anderson 
Career Center Secretary 




A. Post Office Staff; L. to R., S. Erickson, D. 
Furbee, P. Richard ion, J. Sheely, G. Fish; B. 
Library Staff; L. to R., T. Collins, M. Benner, 
D.Joplm, D. Dean, D. Strong, R. Hendnck; 

C. Full-time SAGA Staff; L. to R., Front 
Row: D. Lane; Second Row: M. Rosenthal, M. 
Williams, 0. Rosenthal, K. Charbonneau, A. 
Schiel, A.Jackson, C. Watson, M. Casper, R. 
Monroe, R. Alvarez, B. Dillman; Third Row: 
K. Collins, J. Commer, E. Rosenthal, M. Lane, 
0. Hadley, M. Kile, A. Conghlin, P.Jackson, 

D. Bisaillon, F. Chamness, D Shanks, J. 
Hill/ker, G. Guimond, L. McGill; Back Row: 
C. BreeckJ. Kirby, F. Smith, P. Watts, D 
Howlett, R. Miller; D. Security; L. to R., 
Seated: M. Li Hie, A. Knapp, F. Shoemaker; 
Standing: E. Kincaid, K. Cawrey, W. Camp, 
R. Vastbmder, S. Lalone; Other members 



include: M. Buck, W. Stanhope; E. Bookstore 
Staff; L. to R., Seated: J. Tripp, J. Muhm; 
Standing: B. Shea, P. Richardson, R. Chase; 
F. Assistant SAGA Manager; J. Kirby; G. 
Assistant SAGA Manager; D Howlett; H. 
Student SAGA Staff; L. to R., Front Row: S. 
Gray, P. SheppardJ. Garret, L. Black. J. 
Johnson; Second Row: R. Zea, K. Fischer, T. 
Shaw, T. Adams, J. Charles, D. Richardson; 
Third Row: D Taylor, C. Sowmski, C. Ball. 
T. Sherman, J. Cooper, M.Johnson; Fourth 
Row: B. Reeves, M. King, K. Miller, T. 
Hawley, K. Boicer, L. Adler; Fifth Row: W. 
Wiseman, D. Ulrich, D. Richardson, T. 
Flynn, T. Shakelford; Sixth Row: J. Swanson, 
D. Sallman, T. Rodgers, T. Bick, D. 
Hasenleder, S. Humphrey; Back Row: ]. Kirby. 



Staff I 2il 



Various Staffs Help 
School to Function 



— Marjorie Sparrow 
Religion and Philosophy 
Secretary 




A. Goodwin Staff; C. Chaney, D Smalley, B. 
Keeton, B. Rickel; B. Ludwig Hosts and 
Hostesses; L. to R., Front Row: A. Latham, 
P. Sheppard, D. Rantz, B. Frey, T. Salmon, T. 
Muschott, L. Bentz; Second Row: C. Green, C. 
King, L. Oliver, R. Moreland: Back Row: J. 
Brown, P. Fuller, M. Kimble, B. Locke, M. 
Stone, B. Allen, .VI. Garriott, R. Sapp, G. 
Culver: C. Miller Staff: L. to R., Front Row: 
V. deVidal, M. Latham, K. Kotval, B. Riech, 



C. Gill, B. Elliott; Back Row: T. MeineckeJ. 
Stonestreet; D. Social Science Secretary; B. 
Toland; E. Chapel Office;/ Beatty, T. 
Gunter; F. Sports Information Director; G. 
Griffin; G. Ludwig Building Staff; L. to R., 
Seated: T. Hodge, B. Lee; Standing: D. Hood, 
P. Latimer, L. Bellamy, D. McDonald, B. 
Tyler, S. Hedrick; H. Reed Staff; D. Burks; 1. 
School Nurse; /. Faford.J. Birchard Staff; S. 
Ling. 



— Sandra Southerland 
Assistant to the Registrar 



258 I Staff 






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Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Bethel 266 

Hair Together '. 288 

Hammond, Indiana, First 276 

Hendley Insurance 286 

Holiday Inn 296 

Home Appliance 296 

Hoopeston, Illinois, First 283 

Huntington, Indiana, First 279 

Illinois District 254 

Indianapolis District 251 

Indianapolis, Indiana, Southwest 256 

Indianapolis, Indiana, Westside 263 

Jimmy Holmes . . 




Joliet, Illinois, F 
Joy's Hallmark 
Junior Class ^uunui 
Kala mazoo^ Michigan,. First 
Kankakee, Illinois, College! 

Kankakee, Illinois, First 247 

ansing, Michigan, South 285 

Lasting Impressions 296 

Lemont, Illinois, First . t r . 271 

Little Corporal 



DIRECTORY 

Greenhoi 



269 Panozzo & Son's 




Marycr 
s Cake and Steak 
Peru, Indiana, First . . 



Lowell, Michigan .....'. 

taa 

Martinsville, Indiana, First 
Marycrest Bar 









5 
277 
286 
29<f 

ucnigan, first . . . _^ . . 283 

Mattoon, Illinois, First 273 

Meadowview Bank 299 

Michigan District 248 

Midland, Michigan, Community 265 

Muncie, Indiana, Southside . 267 



New Albany, Indiana, First 



273 
249 






North Eastern Indiana District " 

Northwestern Illinois District . 252 

Northwestern Indiana District . . ■ ^wvSIm . . 250 

Oakland, Indiana, First 279 

Oak Lawn, Illinois :•..,. 269 

Olney, Illinois . 261 

Olivet Nazarene College Bookstore 292 

Otisville, Michigan, Richfield 274 

Owosso, Illinois, First 256 



Pontiac, Michigan, Hillcrest 
Port Huron, Michigan, First 
Portage, Indiana, First 
Portland, Indiana, First 
Racine, Wisconsin, Community 

Regal 8 

Roxana, Illinois . 
SAGA Food Servic 




■«S#g1naw,' Michigan, Sag 
St. Joseph, Michigan . . 
Sandwich, Illinois . . . . 
Seymour, Indiana, First 
Shelbyville, Illinois . 
Skating Place 



-Valley 



294J 
j i 294 

259 
. : 291 

255 
,"274 
.272 
. . 268 
. .281 
. .297 



Sound Track, Promise Management, Inc 294 

State Savings „ ; ' '•. 297 

Taylor, Michigan, Eureka 277 

Troy, Michigan 265 

Valparaiso, Indiana, First 255 

Volkman's Jewelers 294 

Warren, Michigan, Warren Woods ,259 

Wedding Center Salon 297 

Winamac, Illinois 278 

Winchester, Indiana, First 275 

Directory / 243 



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COLLEGE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

250 E. Olivet St. 
Bourbonnais, Illinois 

60914 
(815) 933-7749 



"Serving Olivet and the 
Kankakee Community" 





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244 I Church Ad 




MELVIN McCULLOUGH, 
Senior Pastor 



College Church of the Nazarene strives to bring 
the community and campus together in the Word 
and an inspiring worship experience that brings peo- 
ple into the presence of the Living God. College 
Church is directly adjacent to the campus and pro- 
vides a convenient place for students and faculty to 
be nurtured as disciples of Jesus Christ. Through the 
congregation, the staff and comprehensive program- 
ming College Church reaches out to the entire Kan- 
kakee community with the Good News of Christ's 
love. The church is like a family and constantly seeks 
to minister to the spiritual needs of all people. 




Rod Overpeck 
Associate Pastor 
Outreach/Administration 




Dr. Forrest W. Nash 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 



Gerald A. Parker 

DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN LIFE 

Mrs. Forrest Nash 

DISTRICT N.W.M.S. PRESIDENT 

Doug Runyan 

DISTRICT N.Y.I. PRESIDENT 



DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD 

E. Keith Bottles 
Harold L. Frye 
George Garvin, Jr. 
John J. Hancock 
W. E. Snowbarger 
Lon Williams 



CHICAGO 
CENTRAL 
DISTRICT 



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OF 
'81 



WE SUPPORT OLIVET 



246 / District Ad 



Celebrating Christian Holiness . . . Supporting Olivet! 

- FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE 




1000 N. Entrance • Kankakee, Illinois 



NAZARENE 




JOHN J. 

HANCOCK 

Pastor 





LEROY WRIGHT 
Music Minister 



FOR EVERYONE 

• Innovative Bible study — Sundays at 9:30 am 

• Inspiring Evangelistic Worship Services — Sundays at 10:30 a.m. & 
7:00 p.m. Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. 

• Pastoral care & counselling 

• Fellowship with Christian friends 

• A place to serve 

• Active athletic programs 

• A place to use musical talents 

• Bus transportation to and from church 

ESPECIALLY FOR TEENS 

• Youth hour Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. 

• Musical groups with a summer tour 

• A Puppet team 

• Drama 

• Softball & basketball teams for girls & guys 

• Summer camps 

• Special weekly activities 

• Counselling 

• Spiritual Guidance 

ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN 

• Nursery attendants on duty every service 

• Childrens' churches at their level using puppets, object lessons, etc. 

• Softball and T-ball teams 

• A weekly Caravan scouting program for boys & girls 

• A childrens' choir 

• Numerous special activities and projects 





DOUG RUNYAN 
Youth Ministers 






BOB LINTZENICH 
Christian 
Education 



SCHEDULE OF SERVICES. 


9:30 AM 








10:30 A.M 
. 10:30 A.M 




• Junior Church 










. .6:00 P.M 








. ..7:00 P.M 






...7:00 P.M 


I Caravans for Children 




7 to 8 P.M 
, 8:00 P.M 










...6:30 P.M 






.. .9:30 A.M 






. . .9:30 P.M 


{ Nursery for all Services 








Phone 933- 


1000 





Church Ad / 247 




C. Neil Strait 

District Superintendent 



■ Spiritually 
■ Evangelistically 
■ Educationally 
■ Numerically 

ALWAYS SUPPORTING OLIVET! 



248 I District Ad 



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NOD 



District Office 

1950 S. 350 E. Marion, IN 46552 

Ph. 317/674-7997 




1980-85 



ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS 



Carl E. Greek 

Robert E. James 

Elmer G. Pasko 

Jack D. Snowden 

Wilmer R. Watson 

Fredrick W. Wenger 

and 

100 Churches 

11,000 Church Members 

22,000 S.S. 





BRUCE T. TAYLOR 



CONGRATULATES 
CLASS of '81 



N.E.I. SUPPORTS OLIVET COLLEGE WITH 



PRAYERS 
STUDENTS 
FINANCES 

Bruce T. Taylor; District Superintendent 

2122 Valley Ave. Marion, IN 46952 

Ph. 317/662-7782 



District Ad / 249 



Congratulations Class of '81 



District Advisory Board 
Rev. Carlton Hansen 

Rev. Robert Ward 

Rev. Crawford Howe 

Mr. Tharen Evans 

Mr. Bud Goble 

Mr. Robert Ward 







District Parsonage 



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DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Dist. N.Y. 1. President — Rev. Steve Gladding 
Dist. Missionary President — Mrs. Jean Goble 
Dist. Board of Christian Life Chairman — 

Rev. Oscar Sheets 
Dist. Secretary — Rev. CD. Hansen 
Dist. Treasurer — Rev. U.D. Dibble 



TRUSTEES OF O.N.C. 



Mr. Bud Goble 
Rev. Oscar Sheets 



District Superintendent 
Dr. Thomas M. Hermon 






»* 



or 




100 PERCENT BEHIND OLIVET 



250 / District Ad 



CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION 




INDIANAPOLIS DISTRICT, IND. 

REV. JOHN F. HAY 
District Superintendent 



District Ad J 2">l 



Northwestern Illinois 
District 



We salute the graduates 
of 1981 



Dr. Floyd H. Pounds 
District Superintendent 



District Advisory Board 
John Alderson 
Bill Greer 

James E. Hazelwood 
Daniel Roat 
Donald G. Turner 
Donald E. Turner 



NYI President Gerry Thweatt 



252 



CONGRATULATIONS!.,. 





Donj.Gibson 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 



SosternHichigon 
H District 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



District Ad / 253 




inois District 

Believes in Olivet 




JAMES E. HUNTON 

DISTRICT 
SUPERINTENDENT 



NWMS — Mrs. Lorene Whittington 

CHAIRMAN BOARD OF LIFE — 
Rev. Larry Hindmand 

NYI PRES. — Rev. Bill Chenault 



ADVISORY BOARD 

Gilbert Hughes 

John Ruzich 

Cecil Carroll 

Dr. Gerald Oliver 

Mr. Kent Nisbet 

Mr. Kenneth Whittington 




254 / District Ad 




FIRST CHURCH 

OF THE - 

NAZARENE 

157 Lafayette 
Valparaiso, Indiana 46383 



"A Going Church for a Coming Christ" 



Richard L. Jordan 
Pastor 



Stan Martin 
Youth/Music 



OUR STUDENTS: Cathy Emmons, Becky and Libby Hines, Sharon Wilson 



FORTVILLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



701 So. Maple 

PASTOR 
Vernon D. Corzine 

ASSOC. MIN. OF 
MUSIC 
Ted Davis 

CHILDREN 
Don and Carol 
Brewer 

Don Corzine 



Fortville, IN 46040 




Students 1980-81 
Tammie Davis Kay Goff 



(317) 485-6133 
DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 
SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Ted Fish 

NYI 

Kevin Kissick 

NWMS 
Judy Ferryman 

Diana James 



Steve Humaerickhouse 



Mark Searcy 



Brenda Ferryman 



&aajnaw U alley 



Qjhurch of Une J^Cazarene 



1815 Tittabawassee Rd. 
Saginaw, Michigan 

OUR STUDENTS 

David Barnekow 
Darrell Hasenleder 



REV. ALLEN D. SPRUNGER, PASTOR 

DAVE CROFFORD, MIN. OF YOUTH AND 

MUSIC 

REV. W.L. SILVERS, MIN. OF VISITATION 




Church Ad j 255 



PETER'S SWITCH CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 




R.R.#4, Seymour, Indiana 
OUR 
STUDENTS 

Gayle Zurcher 

Gina Zurcher 

Joan Prewitt 

Regina Massengale 

"WE ARE PROUD TO BE A 
SUPPORTER OF 
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION" 




'THE CHURCH WITH THE FAMILY AT HEART" 



Rev. V. Leo Kinnett, Pastor 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

539 East Williams 
Owosso, Michigan 48867 

CLIFFORD L. WALTON 
PASTOR 

SUPPORTING OUR STUDENTS AT ONC 

Naomi Bates Brenda Douglas Michael Moore Kevin Ulis 

Ruth Bates Margie Moore Patty Moore Kim Samson 



SOUTHWEST 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



4797 Tincher 

Rd. 

Indianapolis, 

Indiana 

46241 




DUANE 

LAUDRETH 

PASTOR 



256 / Church Ads 



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"We're Helping 

Build the 

Kingdom" 



"...and you are only 
block amy!" 




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FESTIVAL OF YOUTH IN MISSION 

. . . interview opportunities for summer ministry . . . 

ACTS 29 (Discipleship Training) • AIM (Athletes in Mission) 

DISCOVERY (Music and Drama) • INTER/SECT (Inner-City Ministry) 

ISM (International Student Ministry) • RESPONSE (Campus Sponsored) 

MISSION TO THE CITIES (Worldwide City Ministry) 

For Career Service, Contact: Dept. of World Mission 

Sponsored by: Dept. of Youth Ministries 
Dept. of World Mission 
Dept. of Home Missions 
Church of the Nazarene 
6401 The Paseo 
Kansas City, MO 64131 



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GRAND RAPIDS FIRST 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

3765 Kalamaz<x) Ave. S.E. Grand Rapids, Mi 49508 245-2151 
Branson Roberts pastor 




"Becoming 
a more 
effective focus of 
God's Light and Love 55 

Members of our fellowship attending Olivet 

Carolyn Ball Laura Borst Gary Gerstenberger Jeff Hyde 

Becki Roberts Lois Stanard 



Mark Bell 



258 / Church Ad 



Warren Woods 
Church of the Nazarene 

14300 Thirteen Mile Rd 
Warren, Michigan 




Our Students, Who Have Been an 
Inspiration to Our Local Church 



Gary Babich 
Gloria Babich 
Chris Banning 
Linda Bentz 
Mike Bentz 
Diane Fearn 



Pam Griffin 

Kelly Hendley 

Rob Paleno 

Gary Reddaway 

Lanette Sessink 

Wendy Wiseman 



Tim Wright 



OUR STAFF 

Pastor: Rev. James Mellish 

Minister of Youth and Music: 

Wes Bittenbender 

Minister of Christian Education: 

Chet Decker 

Minister of Visitation: 

Rev. Charles Hoos 
Director of Day Care: 
Marcia Bittenbender 



ROXAN A 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

500 Central 
Roxana, Illinois 
L. W. Hindmand 

Pastor 

Gorden Farlow 
Chairman of Christian Life 




Church Ad I 259 



GLEN PARK CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

134 East 43rd Avenue 

Gary, Indiana 46409 

Artie H. Whitworth, Pastor Peggy Oliver, Minister of Music 




Our Students 



Ron Croft 
Cheryl Lape 
Dwayne Lape 
Donald Maddack 



Terry Maddack 

Kaye Oliver 

Kerri Oliver 

Jeff Wampler 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1923 Garfield 

Port Huron, Michigan 48060 

Simon Gorman, Pastor Gordon Horton, Minister of Music 



'7e Love Our Students 

David Horton 

Kathy Kidd 

Ronald Thick 

Robert Thomas 



260 / Church Ad 




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Congratulations 

ONC Graduates of 1981 

From 

DECATUR 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

N. Seventh and Marshall Streets 
Decatur, Indiana 



Brenda Frey 



Donald K. Ault 

Pastor 

We're Proud of 

You 

BRENDA 





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OLNEY CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

120 West Cherry Street 
Olney, IL 62450 

Associate 



Pastor 

Edw. J. 
Eichenberger 



Pastor 

Sidney L. 
Tucker 



Our Students 

Sue Weaver Janet Jenning 

Nolan Williams Cecil Williams 




BENTON FIRST 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

9th and Kirkpatrick 

Benton, IL. 

628127 

Church Phone — 618-438-5151 

Parsonage Phone — 618-439-4451 



We're Proud of Our Students 

Jan Whittington 

Joy Whittington 

Marty Shockley 

Mark Montgomery 

Pastor 

Rev. James Cottle 

305 N. 8th 
Benton, IL. 62812 



Church Ads I 261 



FLINT CEMlTOII.b^ 

CHURCH OFTHE HflZflREHE 




Gerald Woods, pastor 




1261 W. Bristol Rd., Flint, Michigan 48507 Ph. 313-235-5671 

. . . reaching out to 
Genesee County with 
the message of Holiness 

our students at Olivet . . . 

Phil Alvord Debbie Rhoads 

Todd Brian Robyn Roth 

Ann Christiansen Pam Santoro 
Jim Fly Kim Speedy 

Carol Steward Sylvia Freeman 
Ben Granger Dave Taylor 

Bill Haberkamp Larry Weber 

Wendy Wendel 

Jack Peeples 



Flint Central Congratulates 
the Olivet Class of *81 



262 l Church Ad 



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INDIANAPOLIS WESTSIDE 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

8610 West 10th Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46234 



OUR STAFF 

Minister of Administration: Talmage Haggard 
Minister of Singles and S.A.M.: Dennis Apple 
Minister of Youth: Jack McCormick 
Minister of Christian Education: Doris Alexander 
Director of Day Care and School: Marjorie Stegemorlle 
School Administrator: Dr. Harry Westfall 

HOME OF: 

Park-a-tot Day Care Center 

Westside Christian School — K through Grade 6 

Westside Retirement Village 




R. B. Acheson 
Pastor 



OUR STUDENTS 



Joe Bentz 
Rachel Daniel 
Tommy Gilliam 
Becky Golay 
Ruth Golay 
Valerie Greene 
John Hay 
Dana Hayden 
Karen Herm 
Merrilee Kearns 
Nora Keeling 



Rick McDuffee 
Jan McRoberts 
Lori McRoberts 
Karen Miller 
Daron Nance 
Teresa Shaw 
Steve Short 
Mark Stevens 
Karen Thomas 
Kim Warrick 




Westside Christian Village 



Worry-Free Retirement Living in a "Christian Community" 



Church Ad / 263 



NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




1912 W. Leland Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 60640 



R. J. Bledsaw 
Pastor 



FIRST CHURCH OF 


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23rd and Jackson Streets 




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Anderson, Indiana 46014 


First Church of the Nazarene Anderson, 






Indiana 


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Alumni Serving Our 


Congregation 




Betty Allen 




MaxineKuhn 


Our Staff: 


Caren 




David and Jan 




Alexander 




Knotts 


Senior Pastor: Roland E. Dunlop 


David Bearden 




Sharon Miller 


Minister of Youth: David Hayes 


Marjorie 




Pam Miller 


Minister of Senior Adults: 


Bearden 




Rev. Myron 


Myron C. Morford 


Kendall and 




Morford 




Karen 




Lynn Morford 


Our Students 


Browning 
Bess Cronk 




Jeff Morford 
Mary Parnell 


Jill Chambers 


Jennie 




John 


Paul Moreillon 


Denniston 




Simmonds 




Miriam Dill 




Dan 


Melody Dill 


Tim and 




Simmonds 


Dan Dunlop 


Christy Gale 




Jim Smith 


Dan McDowell 


Brabara 




Tom and Ann 




Harlan 




Tucker 




David and 




Carolyn Wood 


264 1 Church Ads 


Shelly Hayes 




Jo Ann Wood 




MIDLAND COMMUNITY 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

5700 North Jefferson Avenue 
Midland, Michigan 

Pastor: Fred Cunningham 






Karen Brown 



Brenda Thornton 



Bekki Yeakle 



"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord." 



CHAMPAIGN FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

2403 W. Kirby Ave. 

Champaign, IL. 60820 

Pastor 

JIM SPRUCE 

Our Students 




i. a 

Mark Millage 





Sherry Coffin 



Jeff Collins 




"Sharing the Joy of 
JESUS" 



TROY CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

6840 Crooks Road 
Troy, Michigan 

Our Students: Dale Anglin 
Brenda Marshall, Lee Moore 



Mr. Randy Rubbins 
Director of Music 




Dr. Jack C. Stepp 



Church Ads / 26 5 



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BETHEL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

21150 Moross Road 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 48236 




Our Students; 

Kelly Clifton 

Karl Heinz 

Denise Stewart 



Pastor 

F. Grant Cross 

"When in Detroit 

Worship With Us" 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

QUINCY AT CHANDLER STREET 
GRIGGSVILLE, ILLINOIS 62340 



ARLIN CHESNEY, Pastor 



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GR/GGSV/LL£. The Purple Martin Capitol of the World 



Congratulations Class of '81. 






William Cole 
Pastor 



DennieJ. Korpi 
Associate Pastor 



OUR STUDENTS 

Lori Steed Griffith Murks 

Neil Berry Karen Ludwig 

Marcia Ludwig Roger Rockwell 



ELGIN CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

Route 58 and Berner Drive 
Elgin, Illinois 

Congratulations to the Class of 1981 



266 / Church Ads 




CHRISMAN 
CHURCH OF 

THE 
NAZARENE 

313 North Pennsylvania 

Chrisman, Illinois 61924 

REV. A. C. CAMPBELL 

Pastor 

Congratulations 

Class of 

1981 



SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

Business 67S at Hoyt Ave. 
Muncie, Indiana 




Our Staff: 

Pastor: L. E. Humrich 
Director, Education 

And Youth: 

Dan Pierce 
Director of Music: 

Larry Brewer 



Our Students: 



Brian Parker 
Karen Southerland 
Evan Strong 
Gary True 



FIRST CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 



1921 7th St. 

Eau Claire 

Wisconsin 54701 




DONALD D. BUDD 

Pastor 

Phone (715) 835-9750 
Our Student: Lily Maurer 



Church Ads I 267 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Seymour, Indiana 

Our 80th Year "Celebrating Christian Holiness" 




"The Happy, Friendly, Singing Church in Seymour" 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '81 



Our Students at Olivet 

Cathy Barkes 

Janice Clark 

Tim Green 

Julie Noblitt 

Jamie Richardson 

Becky Robbins 

Don Robbins 




Gerald Green 
Senior Minister 





James V. Cook 

Minister of Music 



Phillip Edwards 
Minister of Children 



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NURSERY SCHOOL 

DIRECTOR: 

Diane Mitchell 

JOLIET 

FIRST 

CHURCH 




PASTOR: Daniel E. Wheelock 

MINISTER OF MUSIC: Gene Ingle 

ASSIST. DIR. OF MUSIC: Gary Griffin 





OUR 

O.N.C. 

STUDENTS: 

Pam Forillo 
Kevin McCullough 
Tim Mitchell 
Wanda Whiteside 



1009 S. Briggs • Joliet, Illinois 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
CLASS OF 1981 

HAROLD L. FRYE 
Pastor 

RONALD O. FRYE 
Co-Pastor 




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OAK LAWN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

91st and Ridgeland 
Oaklawn, Illinois 60453 



Church Ads / 269 



BROWNSTOWN 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

Main and Towner Streets 
Brownstown, Indiana 



"A Layman's Church 
in a Dying World." 




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Pastor 
Darrell Wineinger 



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FIRST CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

Galesburg, ILL. 61401 
1577 Webster St. 




Our Students and Pastor 

J. E. Hazelwood 

Pastor 

Phone (309) 342-9012 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 



213 W. Wabash 

Crawfordsville, Indiana 

Stanley Gerboth 

Pastor 

Phone (317) 362-1795 



Our Staff 

Mark Gerboth 

Lisa Murphy 

David Smith 

Bob Thompson 

Bruce Thompson 



"Service Above Self" 



270 / Church Ads 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Bellroad Between 123rd and 131st Streets 
Lemont, Illinois 60459 




Betsy Adcock 
Jim Bronson 
Dave Boyle 
Steve Carson 
Wendy Garison 
Greg Frankhauser 



OUR STUDENTS: 

Jennifer Gilroy 
Mark Gilroy 
Jimmy Hair 
Conne Johnson 
Carol Jones 
Patty Krestez 



Pam Milhoff 
Jody Steindel 
Joel Steindel 
Arlene Tilghman 
Jeff Trotter 
Mike Wallace 




R.J. Cerrato, Pastor 

William Scott, Associate Pastor 

J. Wade Dickson, Children's Minister 

Kenneth Armstrong, Minister of Music 

Mark Gilroy, Youth Minister 



"A Church of People Wanting to Share His Glow" 



Church Ad / 27 i 



FERNDALE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

928 East Ten Mile Road • Ferndale, Michigan 48220 




OUR STUDENTS 

Todd Phillips 

Bill Jones 
Quen Dickey 

(NOT PICTURED) 
Scott Boice 
Stan Boice 



PASTOR 

ELVIN 

M. 

POWERS 




SANDWICH 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

College and Green Sts. 

Sandwich, Illinois 

60548 

PASTOR: CARL J. SWANSON 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 



4701 HIGHWAY 111 

GRANITE CITY, 

ILLINOIS 

60240 

PASTOR: WILLIAM H. RODDY 

OUR STUDENT: 

RICHARD UNGER, JR. 




BLOOMINGTON FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 




700 WEST HOWE 
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA 

812-332-2461 
PASTOR RON E. JUSTICE 



OUR STUDENTS: 

Seated: Luanna Peterson, 
Jane Rush, Kathy Floyd, 
Karen Buker, Beth 
Reeves. Standing: Greg 
Small, J. D. Allen, Tom 
Deckard. 

212 1 Church Ads 




SUPPORTING OLIVET 
With Our 



PRAYERS 



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MATTOON 

First Church of the Nazarene 

2220 Champaign Avenue 
Mattoon, Illinois 

John Ruzich 
Pastor 



NEW ALBANY 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 



602 W. Market St. 



New Albany, IN 



47150 



PASTOR 
REV. RON FREELAND 



STUDENTS 



FINANCES 




ONC Student: Brian Maroon 
Our ONC Alumni: 

Roger Claxon 

Robert Couch 

Mark Highland 

Jerry Milligan 

Lisa Jenkins 

Debbie Pugh 

Fred Ruzich 

John Ruzich 

Cindy Ruzich Stevenson 

Angie Cole Tame 

Steve Tame 

Maria Gravvat Taylor 

Jeri Wells 

Steve Wells 

Jeff Wood 

Elmer Wright 

Sue Buchanon Wright 



BEARDSTOWN 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

10th and Jackson 
Beardstown, Illinois 

David D. Worcester, 

Pastor 

Our Student: Karen Desollar 

Best Wishes Class of '81 



CHICAGO HEIGHTS 
CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

699 WEST EIGHTH STREET 
CHICAGO HEIGHTS, 
ILLINOIS 
60411 



OUR ONC STUDENTS 
CATHY AMTOWER JEFF LANES 

ALLEN BRILLHART MARGIE PUNTE 

CATHY EYLANDER GREG SHELTON 

AMY HORTON SANDY SHELTON 

RON KEELING KOLEEN WYNN 

PASTOR — DAVID R. HUDSON 
ASSOC. PASTOR — VIRGIL R. MILLS 



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ST. JOSEPH 
CHURCH 

OF 
THE 

NAZARENE 

1337 Niles Rd. 

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN 

49085 

Phone 

429-5937 



REV. 

ROYC. 

HARRIGER 

PASTOR 

Our Student 
Elaine Morrison 





53569-1 County Road North 

Elkhart, Indiana 

46514 

Phone (219) 264-5866 



ELKHART 

NORTHSIDE 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

PASTOR 
E. RAY JEWELL 

WE 

SUPPORT 

OLIVET 



RICHFIELD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

7524 Mt. Morris Rd. Otisville, Michigan 

"The Church With the Warm Family Feeling" 
J Supports Our Cottage 




Pastor: Rev. E. Eugene Frame 

Assoc. Pastor and Evangelist: Tom Roat 

Minister of Youth and Music: Doug Medley 



OUR STUDENTS 

Becky Bordway Tony Frame 

Marcie Fick Darrell Harvey 

Dave Ross 



274 I Chunb Ads 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Box 3 — 403 South Main Street 

Winchester, Indiana 47394 

Telephone 317-584-1831 

Pastor — Clarence C. Hildreth 
Associate Pastor — Richard A. Osborne 



OUR STUDENTS . . . 







Bruce Fay Diana Debbie 

Durbin Haney Rees Hildreth 



COMMUNITY 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

5430 West 
Branch Trail 

RACINE, WISCONSIN 

53402 
Phone: (414) 639-2969 

James A. Monk 

Pastor 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1981 

Church Ads / 27.5 




RICK SKELTON 
MINISTER 
OF YOUTH 



HAMMOND INDIANA FIRST 
CHURCH 

CONGRATULATES THE 
CLASS OF 1981 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

815 MICHIGAN AVE. AT CALUMET 
HAMMOND, INDIANA 46324 




GALE GUYER 
MINISTER 
OF MUSIC 



The Warm Friendly 
Fun Place to 
Worship and Serve 



Ask Our Studetns 
at Olivet . . . 



Donna Kon 




CLAUDE BOND, JR. 



ALVIN BIRT 
NYI PRESIDENT 



DELORES FRYE 
NWMS PRESIDENT 




Terry Vandersteen 



Ernie Vandersteen 




Julie Guyer 



Deanna Ingram 



276 / Church Ad 



EUREKA 
CHURCH 

OF 
THE 

NAZARENE 

24356 Eureka Road 
Taylor, Michigan 

PASTOR 

REV. DAVID A. LORD 



Diane 
Gamble 




Pam 
Dye 



LOWELL CHURCH OF 

THE 

NAZARENE 

201 North Washington 
Lowell, Michigan 44331 




OUR STUDENTS 
John Ruder, Sarah Ruder, Jon Rash (Not 
Pictured: Cynthia Weimer, Brenda Hansen) 

WILLIAM F. HURT, JR. 
PASTOR 

CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 




HILLCREST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

520 W. WALTON BOULEVARD 
PONTIAC, MICHIGAN 48055 



Rev. Dennis P. Burton 
PASTOR 

Ray Dafoe 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 
OUR STUDENT: 
Theresa Hawley 




BLUFFTON 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

327 W. Cherry Street 

Bluffton, Indiana 

Walter Graeflin • Pastor 




OUR STUDENTS 

Steve Mahon Carolyn Sutton 

Toni Norris Sharon Towne 

Julie Young 

Church Ads / 277 



COLUMBUS CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

442 Seldon Street 

Columbus, Wisconsin 53925 

REV. RICHARD A. MOORE, PASTOR 

"Come Help Us to Be a Growing 
Church" 



WINAMAC 



CHURCH OF 



513 East 

Thirteenth 

Street 



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THE NAZARENE 



Winamac 

Indiana 

46996 



A Time for Knowing 
PASTOR, STEVE GLADDING 





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FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

5625 OAKLAND DRIVE 

KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN 

49002 

PASTOR: JACK E. HOLCOMB 

OUR STUDENTS 

Mark Holcomb 

Susan Holcomb 

Cindy Fox 

Donna French 

Dean Meadows 

Doretta Rantz 

Shirley Cadle 



278 /Church Ads 




CASEY 

FIRST 

CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 



400 NORTHWEST FIRST 
CASEY, ILLINOIS 62420 

REV. DAVID E. MONROE, PASTOR 



MORGAN ROAD 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

7615 MORGAN ROAD 

BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN 

49017 



PASTOR 
SAMUEL 

D. 
GOWAN 



Rhonda Gowan 



Congratulations to Our First 
Olivet Nazarene College 
Graduate: RHONDA LYNN GOWAN 




PITTSFIELD CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 

227 W. Washington 
Pittsfield, IL 62363 

Congratulations 
Class of 1981 



Our Staff 

Warren O. Holloway. Pastor Linda Kirk, NYI 

John R. Burlend, BCL Bess Wade, NWMS 

Cleve Curry, Min. of Music 




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CHURCH OF THE 

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Rev. Ron Shaner, Pastor 
331 W. Sixth Street 
Peru, Indiana 46970 

OUR STUDENT: Teresa Coleman 





OAKLAND CITY FIRST 
CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 



Darin Nosset 




REV. MELVIN W. DAVIS 

PASTOR 

310 Jackson Street 

Oakland City, IN 

47660 




C. DEXTER WESTHAFER, PASTOR 
KENNETH HAWKINS, VISITATION 
DAVID WARD, MINISTER OF MUSIC 

OUR STUDENTS 
Susan Geist Rick Reed 

Kim Kirkpatrick Rod Reed 

Kim Millington Melanie Rittenhouse 

Duane Pasko Janelle Zurcher 

"Building to Meet Our 
Community's Challenge" 



45 Etna Ave. 
Huntington, Indiana 



HUNTINGTON FIRST 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Church Ads / 279 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 

'81 

TINLEY PARK CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 




Music Dir. — James Johnson 
Christian Life Dir. — Edna Roach 
Youth Minister — Lil Edgerly 



Mary JohnsbfK ___^JRtrttY; 
1 Tim Gorman ^C^ — -"""""Mlilphnson 
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BRADLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Douglas and Durham Sts. 



Bradley, Illinois 60915 



PASTOR GORDON B. MAYWOOD 
CHARLES MEINECKE 

Chairman of Christian Life 
RICHARD BROOKS 

Minister of Music 
FRANK DAVIS 

NYI President 
JANSECOR 

NFMS President 



CHUCK FOWLER 
NYI Sponsor 





280 I Church Ads 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

1002 E. National Ave. 
Brazil, Indiana 

Our Students 

Mike Buck 

Brendalee Greenlee 

Gary Hyde 




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MELSORENSEN, 
PASTOR 




TRINITY CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

1645 SOUTH 44th ST. 

DECATUR, ILLINOIS 

62521 

THOMAS C. HILL 

PASTOR 

WE SUPPORT OLIVET 




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SOUTHSIDE CHURCH 

OF 
THE NAZARENE 

5100 Gaywood Drive 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

46806 

JAMES F. TUCKER, PASTOR 

OUR STUDENTS 

Robin Armstrong James Buuck 

John Buuck James Goodhew 

Kevin Leaman 



SHELBYVILLE 
CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 

Third and Will Shelbyville, IL 
62565 

Rev. Robert Weathers, Pastor 




FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

3134 Swanson Rd. 




PORTAGE, IN 

(219) 762-6544 

NATHAN PRICE 

PASTOR 



Church Ads I 281 



WARMEST CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1981! 




WEST SIDE CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

1224 W. Grand Ave. Phone 217/428-9400 

Decatur, Illinois 



Our Staff 

Pastor — Gilbert Hughes 

Youth and Music — Merritt Strunk 

Children — Ron Graeflin 

Department Directors 

Christian Life — James Henley 
Missions — Maxine Bennett 
Youth — Gloria DeJaynes 



Our O.N.C. 
Students 

Lisa Bennett 

Trina Deem 

Mike Gordon 

Jon Hodge 

Scott Jackson 

Doug Karl 



282 I Church Ad 




VICTORY CHAPEL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

1057 East Riverside Drive 

Evansville, Indiana 

47714 

STANNARD E. PHELPS, PASTOR 



A LIGHTHOUSE IN TROUBLED TIMES 

HARRY YOUNG 
CHAIRMAN OF CHRISTIAN LIFE 

MAURICE EMBRY 
NYI PRESIDENT 

SHIRLEY EMBRY 
NWMS PRESIDENT 

OUR STUDENT: CHERYL PHELPS 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

Mason, Michigan 48854 

PASTOR: ORVILLE L. MAISH, JR. 
ASSOCIATE: S. Mark Terman 




"A SANCTUARY FOR HIS PESENCE" 

OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH OLIVET 
AND OUR FINE STUDENTS! 

Lanette Eshelby Mike Manville 

Dave Manville Don Pierce 

Linda Manville Scott Shattuck 

Lori Frederickson 




HOOPESTON FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

402 E. Honeywell 

Hoopeston, Illinois 

60942 

SUPPORTING OLIVET 
G.A. PARKER, PASTOR 

Church Ads / 283 





VILLE FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 




Annette Edmonds Christy Kinney Sheila Kinney Linda Riegle 

"If anyone serves, he should 
do it with the strength God 
provides, so that in all 
things God may be praised 
'hrough Jesus Christ." 

~l Peter 4=11 



Diana Smith Gloria Wickham 




Worship With Us — 

2212 N.Vermilion 

Danville, Illinois 61832 

(217) 442-8316 



Pastor E. Keith Bottles 



Congratulations 
Gloria — 1981 Aurora Editor 



284 / Church Ad 



SOUTH 

CHURCH 

OF 

THE 

NAZAR- 

ENE 



"Reaching Up and 

Touching 

Him . . . Reaching Out 

and Touching 

Others" 




R. A. Lashley 
Pastor 




Jim Baughman 
Minister of Youth 




401 West Holmes Road, Lansing, Michigan 48910 




Curtis Adams Candy Dexter Scott Dexter Jeff Fullerton 




Steve 
Fullerton 



Rhonda 
Houston 



Beth Kring 



Dawn Kring 




Karen Kundrat Rick Lashley Karen Smith 

OUR OLIVET STUDENTS 



Kevin Warner 



Church Ad / 283 



Cakc^Steak: 



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505 North Kinzie 
Bradley, III. 60901 




Serving You and the Community 
With Fine Family Dining 



ONC STUDENTS WELCOME 



GRAND LEDGE 

CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 

3432 Grand Ledge Hwy. 
Grand Ledge, Michigan 48837 

Pastor: Warren E. Holcomb 

Our Students 
Barb Daymon Luanne Emmons Chris Laws 



STATE FARM 



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Bus. Ph.: 815/933-3440 
Residence: 815/939-1016 



Jeff W. Hendley 

Agent 

18 HERITAGE PLAZA 
BOURBONNAIS, ILLINOIS 60914 

286 / Community Ads, Church Ad 



MARTINSVILLE 
FIRST 

CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

1609 John R. Wooden Dr. 
Martinsville, Indiana 46151 

OUR ONC 
STUDENTS 

JANA FRIEND 

MELINDA HOFER 

MARK OUTCALT 

TIM ROBINSON 

JOHN T. FRIEND 
Pastor 



Sound Systems 

CHURCH • SCHOOL • BUSINESS • HOME 

Design 

Equipment 

Installation 

Cassette Ministries 
Audio Visual 

Systems 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Recording 

System design 



Charles E. Dautermann 

Sound Engineering Consultant 



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Energy Innovations 

P. O. Box 315 • 270 Stadium Drive #3 
Bourbonnais, Illinois 60914 

815/933-7449 



1717 E. Maple 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



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WORLD « 6L6<TROnK/ 




Telephone 
815/932-7483 



IN STORE SERVICE IN STORE 

INSTALLATION 

Largest Name Brand Electronics 

in Kankakee 

Scott, Maxell, EPI, Pioneer, Sanyo, 

JBL, Jensen, Kenwood, Dual, Shure, 

TDK, and Many More 



Community Ads / 287 



(815) 939-7163 




£h(U OuAuzauee Service 

"PUTTING AN END TO INSECURITY- 



RUTH ENDS 

INSURANCE BROKER/AGENT 



409 South Main Street 
Bourbannais, IL 60901 



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933-9721 






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Sttir Services 


DWAIN HOFBAUER, Owner 


DONICA HESS, Receptionist 




BARBMcKINNEY CINDY DATO DANA VOIGT 


RENEE BOYD 


SHERYCOPLEA 


DONNA FLAMMOND 


KIM CAMPBELL 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



P. D. McClellan 
Chairman of 
Christian Life 

Tina Kelly 
Music Associate 



920 South Shank Street Portland, Indiana 

CHESTER F. PASKO, PASTOR 

■ Jennifer Craig 



Betty Kelly 
Mission President 

Majorie Baldwin 
N.Y.I. President 



288 / Community Ad 



Mark Heaps 




Miriam Heaps 7 1 **!? 




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P.O.BOX 67 • B U R B N N A I S . ILLINOIS 60914 
T E I E P HONE SI 5 935-04 





A MEMORABLE DINING 
EXPERIENCE 

WITH 

BANQUET FACILITIES 
ANY SIZE OR OCCASION 

18 HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP 

GOLF COURSE 

COFFEE SHOP 

815-935-0400 



Major Credit Cards 
Accepted 

Non-Members 
Welcome 



Career Center Road 
Bourbonnais 





Community Ad / 289 



ASSOCIATED STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




Left to right, kneeling: Peny Reno, Gloria Wickham. Back: Candy Calas, Dr. Sayes, 
Deanna Banks, Lois Stanard, Ken Roth, Karen DeSollar. 

DEANNA BANKS, ASG PRESIDENT 



PENNY RENO, V.P. of 
Social Affairs 

CANDY CALAS, Secretary 

KAREN DESOLLAR, 
Glimmerglass Editor 



LOIS STANARD, V.P. of 
Spiritual Life 

KEN ROTH, Treasurer 

GLORIA WICKHAM, 
Aurora Editor 



DR. J. OTTIS SAYES, ADVISER 



2<X) I 'Student Ad 



SAGA FOOD SERVICE 






Congratulations Class of 1981! 

■£14 Years of Servient 
HBjgig the OlijMT 





Judy Coomer, Class of 71 — Sr. Food i Ivi< 

Don Howlett ervice Manager 

James Kirbyjl rlass o1 80 — Supervisor 












My Bank 



Is... 




one heritage plaza, bourbonnais, ill. 60901 815-933-0570 

MEMBER F.D.I.C. 




Ads / 291 



OLIVET NAZARENE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 

Box 20, ONC, Kankakee, Illinois 

"Serving the Olivet Community ... 

With Everything From Personal to Scholastic Needs" 




Greeting Cards 
Gift Items 
Souvenirs 
T-Shirts 
Records 

Religious Paperbacks 
Sacred Music 
Textbooks 
Phil Richardson School Supplies 

Bookstore 
Manager 



Bookstore Employees 




JUNIOR CLASS 
COUNCIL 




Left to right, Front: Rob Paleno, Mike Bentz, Dr. 
Hendrick, Tim Moore, Alice Steele, Steve Beatty. 
Back: Julie Crabtree, Rhonda Knox, Cindy Horton. 



"Volunteer Fire Department 
District '82" 



292 I Community and Student Ads 



THE END OF AN ERA 
FOURTH FLOOR HILLS 

For a number of years, the men of Fourth Floor Hills have car- 
ried on a tradition second to none. During this tenure, the her- 
itage these men have possessed has been handed down to 
qualified persons of the lower classes in the hope the tradition 
will continue. We, the men of Fourth Floor Hills, 1979-1981, 
have adequately displayed the characteristics of academic 
excellence, dynamic personalities, and polemical behavior, 
which have been expected of us. Our tenure as residents of 
Fourth Floor is now over and it is time for us to move on and 
make our contributions to the real world. As we depart from 
this habitat, we leave behind a tradition held in the highest 
esteem by ourselves and our fellow classmates. With the 
absence of the men pictured on this page from the halls of 
Fourth Floor Hills, an era has come to an end. 




FOURTH FLOOR HILLS SENIORS: I. to r., seated, Paul "Cool" Fiorenza, Randy "Fraz" Fra- 
zier, Bill "Buffalo" Jones, Mark "Dirty" Sheets. Standing, Tim "Mushroom" Hess, Brian '"Rag" 
Crabtree, Gary "Coors" Corzett,Jeff"Mort" Tharp, Russ "Great One" Leigh. 



Student Ad / 293 




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you are buying 






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olkmanns 



JEWELERS Su 



1872 



TWO LOCATIONS / Volkmann Bldg & Meadowv.ew Shopping Center 



(Acg) MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



Promise 

Management 

Incorporated 



352 West Broadway 
Bradley, Illinois 
815-932-4635 





SUBSIDIARIES 






THE FINEST SOUND 
REPRODUCTION 



Promise Distribution 



PM Marketing 



Carlos A. Lonberger, President (Class of '78) 

Member: Association of Nazarene Building Professionals 



294 I Community Ads 



BLANKENBERG'S PHOTOGRAPHERS 




USED BY 
THE AURORA 



143 North Schuyler — Kankakee 
932-4117 






City 
National Dank 

ALL THE DANK YOU'LL EVER NEED 



KANKAKEE EAST COURT STREET KANKAKEE, IL 60901 (81 5) 937-3690 
OAK ST. BANK: EAST AVE. AND OAK ST. 
BRADLEY 280 NORTH KENNEDY DRIVE BRADLEY, IL (81 5) 937-3590 

MEMDER F.D.I.C 




Community Ads I 295 



JOY'S 






SHOP 



Brookwood Plaza — Next to Kroger 
Bourbonnais, Illinois 



Here's To The 
Class of 1981! 



Come see our beautiful 

new store with its full line 

of Hallmark cards, gifts, 

stationery, posters, 

jewelry, wedding 

invitations, books, 

collector's items — 

everything a thoughtful 

person like you needs! 



Open Daily 9 AM — 8 PM 

Saturday, 9 AM — 5:30/Closed Sunday 

Owners: Joy and John Rose 




HOMES 


APPLIANCE 
& HEATING 


Fabrics 


Stereo 


Bedding 


Heating 


Carpeting 


Plumbing 


Furniture 


Appliances 


Television 


Air Conditioning 


Bath Boutique 


1280-1292 W. Station Street 


Kankakee, IL 60901 


Telephone 933-8211 




296 / Community Ad. 




• Typesetting 

• layout 

• firt 

• Illustration 

• Design 

• Printing 

• Publication production 

• Fine photography 

• Advertising 



impressions 

graphic • photographic • fine arts 

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443 South Main • Bourbonnais, Illinois 60914 • 815/932-4470 
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"Convenient from everywhere 
. . . for everyone" 

ittarycrast 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



177SE. COURT ST. 
1 370 W. COURT ST. 
315 N. MAIN 



• KANKAKEE 

• KANKAKEE 

• BOURBONNAIS 



• PH. 937-28S0 

• PH 9372875 

• PH. 937-2677 




JOHN 

PANOZZO 

&SONS 



The Florist Friend 

of 

ONC 



Route 50 North 

Kankakee, Illinois 

60901 



JPlotoers 





WEDDING 
CENTER SALON 

The Department Store for 
Weddings 

TUXEDO RENTAL 

406 South Main, Bourbonnais 
Phone 933-1211 



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STATE SAVINGS 
& LOAN ASSOCIATION 



510 Meadowview Center, Kankakee 

310 E. Station St., Downtown 

Kankakee 

Congress at Century Blvd., Rantoul 



Peoples 

Bank 

Our PEOPLE 
Make The Difference? 

185 N.St. Joseph Ave, Kankakee. Ph933 8273 
& Rt. 50 N.. Bradley, Ph: 93312 13 



For today and all 
your tomorrows, 
may the Lord bless 
you to remember 
us as being your 
kind of men's 
clothing store — 
for value, style, and 
quality. 

When in Kankakee 
always stop by to 
visit us! 



PL 

Jimmy 
Holmes, Sr. 





Jimmy 
Holmes 



(/ // / "A MAN'S STORE' 



"Always a Little Better" 



MEADOWVIEW SHOPPING CENTER 

Community Ads I 297 






SERVING OLIVET 
AT... 

288 N. Main Street 

Bourbonnais, Illinois 

The Bank Just Down the Street 

Congratulations Class of 
1981! 










Ike Gttle Colbo'ial 
Kestaulant 



"In the Meadowview Shopping Center" 

Kennedy Drive and Brookmont Avenue 

KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS 60901 

Telephone 932-6795 




298 I Community Ads 




FIRST TRUST 

& SAVINGS BANK OF KANKAKEE 



Member Federal Deposit 
Insurance Corp 



IVople 

neasor 

FOR YOUR PLEASURE AND 
CONVENIENCE 

•Restaurant — Open Daily and Holidays 

•Banquet Hall and Meeting Rooms — Groups 
From 25 to 500 

•Showcase Lounge — Entertainment Monday 
— Saturday 

•Motel — 160 Rooms — Steam Baths Available 

Presidential and Bridal Suites 
STOP IN AND LET US • 

PLEASE YOU! 



U.S. Highway 50 and Interstate 

57 

Bradley, Illinois 60915 

(815) 939-3501 



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COTTER'S DELICIOUS 
BAKERY 

#5 Meadowview Center 
Kankakee, Illinois 
932-3324 J 




JL.THE SKATING PLACE 


"JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT" 

DON AND BONNIE RIGGS 
OWNERS 

1085 E. Mulligan Dr. 
Bradley, IL 60915 
815/932-7666 



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Illinois Route 50 
and Armour Road 

Bourbonnais, IL 60901 

$17.88/Night 
Single 

Phone: 
933- 2300 



Affordable Inns Nation-Wide 




Community Ads 1 299 







Abbott, Marcia R. 
625 N Water St 

, .,,,,,,,, Ml IKti.' 

Abels. Deborah L. p. 190 
■111 Hill Ave 
Elmhurst.lL 60126 

Abb. Marsha Jinice p 198 
512 Ash Ave. 
Decatur, IL 62)26 

Abraham, Judith A. 
136Tomagenc Dr 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Ackctman, Rebecca R. p. I 1 
9821 S. Mason 
Oak Lawn, 1L 6045} 



Adanic. KevinJ. 
1460 Southhampton 
Boutbonnais, 1L 60914 



Adams, Curtis A. p. 
476 Hill St. 
Xenia. OH 45385 



1.90.91. 190 



Adams. Elise C. p. 198 

108 6th St 

Downets Grove. IL 60515 



Adams. Lean E. p. 86. 90 
532 Bisallion 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 



Adams, Teresa M. p. 198, 237 
1021 Wabash 
Mattoon, IL 61938 



Adams. Violet L. 
12 Ryerson Ave. 
Bloomingdale. NJ 07403 

Adcock. Elizabeth A. p. I 
511 Oak St. 
Hinsdale, IL 60521 



Adlet. LindaJ.p. 235 
312 Harpers Way 
Lansing, MI 48917 

Ahlseen. Rebecca G. p. 237 
922 Tamarack Ln. 
Rockford. IL61107 

Ainley, Danielle R. p. 111,190 

302 5th Street 

Green Rock, IL 61241 

Akridge. Tammie L. p. 106. 180 
1906 Moon Lgt. Bay 
Sterling, IL 61081 

Alger. Beth Diane p. 86. 90 
225 N. Wood St. 
Griffith. IN 46319 

Allen. Brian D. p. 180. 239 
41600 E. Ann AtbotTr. 
Plymouth. MI 48170 

Allen. Cheralynn M. 
379 Drummond Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Allen. John David p. 96, 198 
7370 W. Ison Road 
Bloomington, IN 47401 



Allen. Sidney E. p. 96 
505 E. Jones 
Milford. IL 60953 



Allen, Stanley W. p. 96 
505 East Jones 
Milford, IL 60953 



Allhands.John K. p. 46. 114, 115, 148 
916 S. 4th St. 
Watseka.IL 60970 

Alvord. PhilipJ. p. 198 
5359Thundetbird Pas 
Grand Blanc. MI 48439 

Amerson, Glenn 
12819 Gregory St. 
Blue Island. IL 60406 



Amlowet, Cathy S. p 46 
3118 W. lK3rd St 
Homewood.IL 60430 

Andctson. Dchra Kae 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Anderson, Debra Kay 
654 N. Greenwood Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Andetson, Gary L. p. 180 
21130 Hopewell Rd. 
Gambier, OH 43022 

Anderson, Robert L 
70} Stratford Dt. Apt. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Anderson, Tamara L. p. 19* 
363 Lincoln Ave. 
Holland. MI 49423 

Andress. Pamela 
1188 Hollow Dt. 
Cato, MI 48723 

Andtews, Matk L. p. 190 
26Gtainey Dr. 
Edwardsville, IL 62025 



Ange, Linda L. 
6251 Greenview 
Burton, MI 48509 




Anglin. Dale E 

1510 Dempster Apt. 101 

Mt. Ptospect, IL 60056 

Anthony. Denise p. 198 

Rt. 4 Box 28 

St. Anne. IL 60964 

Aper. Ricky L. 
RR 2. Box 219 
Dixon, IL 61021 

Appleelgate, Stephanie p. 198 
102 8th St. 
Cannelton, IN 47520 

Atchibald. Roy Lemoine p. 198 
200 South Perry St. 
Hagerstown. IN 47346 

Armentrout, Charles W. p. 86, 88, 90, 91 
P.O. Box 994 
Marion, OH 43302 

Armstrong, Robin K. p. 80, 190 

7611 Wohama 

Fort Wayne, IN 46819 

Arnold, Jody M. p. 40 
12591 Quaker Sr. 
Consrannne, MI 49042 



Arrigo. Tina L. 

Rt. 2 Liberty Ch. Rd. 

Temple. GA 30179 

Ashby, Gale 
388 Northfield 
Mootesville. IN 46158 



Asher, Bevetly Ann 
180 Barney Blvd. 
Battle Cteek. MI 49017 

Atkinson, Batbara K 
150 Kay St. 
Manhattan, IL 60442 

Auch. Steven M. p. 2, 8, 96, 97, 101. 118, 

126, 180 

280 Humes Ln. 

Flotissant. MO 63031 

Austin, Scort C. 
507 Coyne St. 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 



Babich.Gary M. p. 190 
11234 Masonic Blvd 
Warren. Ml 48093 

Babich. Gloria M. p. 180 
11234 Masonic 
Warren. MI 48093 

Bacon. Cheryl 46, p. 180 
8301 Upper Spring L. 
Annandale, VA 22003 

Bagby, David R. 
303 S. Sterling St. 
Streator, IL61364 

Bahr. Daniel S. 
209 Orr 
Pekin.IL 61554 

Bailey, Elizabeth K. 
RR Box 246 
Farina. IL 62838 

Baker. Betsy M. 
2285 Ottawa Trails 
Hastings, MI 49058 

Baker, Bonnie L. p. 180 
2733 Eastern Ave. 
Bedford, IN 47421 

Baker, Kim A. p. 180 
3309 Hutchinson 
Johet.IL 60435 

Baket. Miala K. 
14146 Allen Rd. 
Clinton, MI 49236 



Baker, Scott A. p. 190 
RR 2, Box 157 
Bimamwood, WI 54414 



Ball, Carolyn K. p. 235. 237 
5555 PinebrookSE 
Kentwood, MI 49508 

Ballmet, Dan W. p. 198 

Box 336 

Fr. Recovery, OH 45846 

Balwierz, Patricia Ann p. 198 

655 Jill Ct. 

Des Plaines, IL 60018 

Banks, Deanna C. p. 61 
1211 Russell St. 
Normal, IL 61761 

Banning, Chris Allen p. 198 
6218 Westmoor Dr. 
Urica, MI 48087 

Barber, Timothy R. p. 89, 190 

Rl 

Mendon, OH 45862 

Bardell, Wanda R. p. 198 
326 Whirtier St. 
Georgetown, IL 61846 

Bardy, Timothy S. p. 102. 103. 105 
12931 Lenore 
Redford. MI 48239 



Barker, John T. 89. p. 
360 W Lincoln St. 
El Paso. IL 61738 



Batker, Sheryl L. p. 84. 190 
6155 Sunrise Ave. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Barkes, Carhy A. p. 190 
1505 S. Walnut 
Seymour, IN 47274 



Avery. Mardell R. p. 190 
426 Wakeman 
Wheaton. IL 60187 



Ayers. Danielle J. 
10236 Lewis Rd. 
Clio. MI 48420 

Azzarelli. Jeanne D. 
RR 6 Box 214 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Barkes, David K. 
10423 LawnhavenCirc. 
Indianapolis, IN 46229 

Barkes. Jon Andtew 
10423 Lawnhaven Cir. 
Indianapolis. IN 46229 

Barkley. Sheryl L. 
301 Country Fair Dr. 
Champaign, IL 61820 



Barnekow, David E. p. 46, 48. 198 
224 Barbara Lane 
Saginaw. MI 18601 

Barnes, Daniel R. 
1317 N. Kellogg St. 
Galesburg, IL 61401 

Barnes. Todd Miller p. 88, 198 
235 E. Grand. Apt. 1 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Barnctt. Robyn S. p. 198, 234 
205 Elm St. 
Dale. IN 47523 

Baton, Jeffrey Paul 
1 360 Jerome 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Barrick, H, Gordon 
311 Rainbow Dr. 
Creve Coeur, IL 61611 

Barwegen, MarkJ. p. 198 
263 North Belmont 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Bass, Laura R. p. 172, 190 
214 W. North 
Pontiac.IL 61764 

Bassett, Emilic R. p. 190 

9930 Linden 

Overland Park, KS 66207 

Bateman, Keith E. p. 80, 89. 190 
52679 Fir Rd. 
Granger, IN 46530 

Bates, Dawn M. 
23159 River Road Ln. 
Goshen. IN 46526 

Bates, Naomi Ann p. 198 
1605 Corunna Ave 
Owosso, MI 48867 

Bates, Ruth M. p. 168. 169, 180 
1605 Corunna Ave. 
Owosso, MI 48867 

Bauet. Wayne R. 

P.O. Box 95 

Aroma Park. IL 60910 

Bean, Margaret E. p. 40, 86, 90, 1 
4671Jordon Rd. 
Skaneateles Falls, NY 13153 

Bear; Marcia p. 96 
Woodlawn Trlr. Pk. Lt. 1 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Bear, Michael S. p. 96 
Woodlawn Trl. Pk. Lr. 1 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Beasley, DanielJ. 
285 E. Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Beasley, Mitzi D. 
285 E. Grand Ave. #7 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Beatty, DarlaJ. p. 180. 238 
36020 Hazelwood 
Wesrland, MI 48185 

Beatty. Stven S. p. 22, 180, 206 
195 Spencer Ct. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Beaty. Daniel M. p. 190 

803 Union Dr. 

Park Foresr, IL 60466 

Beck. Anita D. p. 40, 86, 87, 90, 149. 198 
RR 2. Box 310 
Lynn, IN 47355 

Beck, Steven R. 
1414 S. 11th 
Pekin.IL 61554 

Beck, Susan Mae p. 198 
14190 Grant Dr. 
Plymourh. MI 48170 

Becker, Howard N. 
3906Sourhern Ave. 
Cincinnati, OH 45227 

Beckwith, Linda p. 180 
72 N. Main St. 
Quincy, MI 49082 

Beers, Tom 

12 Ash 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Becver, Nikki Kay 
24 Bonds Dr 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Bell, Dawn M 
Box 1 28 
Cabery.IL 60919 

Bell, Deanna R. p. 190 
16400 Chur 
Olathe, KS 66061 

Bell.Jeffery E. p. 46, 88, 89 
61942 Bayshore Dt. 
Sturgrs, MI 49091 

Bell, Mark W 
Rt. 2. Box 29 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Bellman, Steve M. 

RR 1 

Eureka, IL 61530 

Bellomy, Darrell W 
325 Burke St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Belt. Mark Steven 
287 E. Gtand Apt. 5 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 

Bendorf. Jackie E. p. 190 
3047 92nd Sr. 
Sturtevant.WI 53177 

Benner, Alana K 

24 Oak 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Bennett, Jeff A. 
390 John Casey Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Bennert, Lisa G. p. 180 
RR 2, KathyCt. 
Blue Mound. IL 62513 

Bennett. Rebecca A. p. 198 

RR2 

Gtiggsville, IL 62340 

Bennett, Stephen G, p. 86, 90 

RR2 

Gtiggsville, IL 62340 

Bennett, Susan Y. 
1130 Eaton Ft „ Nesbi 
New Patis. OH 45347 

Benson, Thomas L. p. 180 
112MotlSt. 
Marshall. WI 53559 

Benton. Ernestine 

R 4. Box 120 

St. Anne, IL 60964 

Bentz, Joseph M. p. 190 
1618 Glen Arm Rd. 
Indianapolis, IN 46224 

Bentz, Linda M. p. 84, 190, 239 
12456 StarlneCt. 
Sterling Hts., MI 48077 

Bentz. Michael J. p. 46. 130, 180, 206 

12456 StatliteCt. 

Sterling Heights, MI 48077 

Berard, Denise Lynn p. 198 
12810 W. 99th St. 
Lenexa, KS 66215 

Berbaum, Sandra K. p. 40, 190 
1724 Coronado Dr. 
Champaign. IL 61820 

Berg, James R. 
615 E. Devonshire 
Decatur, IL 62521 

Bergers. Leslie C. p. 49 
1731 Pheasant NW 
Grand Rapids. MI 49504 

Bergman. Terri S. 
226 W.James 
Dwighr. IL 60420 

Bergstrom. Eric C. p. 86, 90 
515 E. Locust St. 
Watseka, IL 60970 

Berns. Michele M. 
585 S. Chestnut 
Chebanse, IL 60922 

Berry, Neil Alan 
527 Morgan St. 
Elgin, IL 601 20 



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Btrrv Pitncia M p 233 

8448 Teakwood Dr 
OrUnd Park. II. 60462 



Bokker, l.issa A p. 190, 206 
RR 2 Box 100 
Ashkum. 1L60911 



Braundmeier.Jack 
360 S. Central Ave . 
Richland Center. WI sssm 



Btown, Matk D. p. 206 
25250 Pimlico Ct. 
Farmington Hills. MI 48018 



Burks, Mitchell I. p. iho 
18 Oak St, 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 



Berube. Kathleen M. p 198 
27 Todd St, 

Lowell. MAOISM 



Boman. Tad M p. 198 

RR2 

Waterloo, IN 46793 



Bray, Sheila M. p 190 
2216 Monticello Dr. 
DeKalb, 1L60115 



Brown, Roger I). 
240 E. Country Ct, 
Bourbonnais. 11,60914 



Burnside. Danny I. 
2023 E. 7th St. 
Sterling, II, 61081 



Betz. Batbara F 
6 Kings Turn. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Bonham, Deborah p 198 
1915 Bruning Dr. 
Wilmington. IL 60481 



Brenner. Andrew Scotr 
3100W. TyrellRd. 
Owosso. MI 48867 



Brown. Russell J. p. 198 
1888 Williamston Rd 
Dansville, MI 48819 



Burris, Arnold 
307 N. Summit 
Rossville. 11.6096s 



Best. Matshall W. p 180 
811 Bayberry Ct. 
Indianapolis. IN 46250 



Boone, Ellen I. p, 198 
1407 Oriole Dr. 
Galesburg. IL 61401 



Brenner, Timothy R. p. 190 
3100 W. TytellRd. 
Owosso, MI 48867 



Brown, Terry Benson 
450 S. Cryer 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Burris, Cheryl A. p. 190 
605 W. Victory 
Roanoke, IL 61561 



Best, Martha C. p. 198 
8751 Sargent Rd 
Indianapolis, IN 46256 

Best. Russell C p 198 
8111 Bayberry Ct. 
Indianapolis, IN 46250 

Bestor, Lawanda M. p 198 
Rt 4, Box 433 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Betts. Matgretta A. 
355 Mission St. 
Villa Park. IL 60181 

Beverly, Thesley E 
P.O. Box 443 
Hopkins Pk, IL 60944 

Bick, Patticia A. p. 88, 93. 237 
3477 Mark Rd. SW 
Washington CH, OH 43160 

Biller. Deborah 

Box 104, Whitfield Rd. 

Millbrook, IL 60536 

Billings, ManhaJ, p. 235 
4007 Statesman Parkw. 
Lima, OH 45806 



Birdsong, Rose M, 
1128 Mayflower Rd. 
Niles. MI 49120 



Bitner. Sheryl J p. 46. 88, 89, 190 
Rt. 1, Box 204 
Wilkinson, IN 46186 

Black, Lois E. p. 84,87, 237 
378 E. Ridgewood Dr. 
Seven Hills. OH 44131 

Blakely. Marjorie Kay p. 88, 180 
1032 Dorothy St. 
Houston, TX 77008 

Blalock. Joseph V. 
Box 402 
Nampa, ID 83651 

Blanton. BeverlyJ 
5768 Paula Ave. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Blithe. Robert L. 
11 58 Providence Rd 
Springfield. PA 19064 

Blodgett, Richard 
114 S.Hudson 
Stockton, IL 61085 



Bloom, Matgaret E, p. 210 
819 Heritage Dt. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Boadway. Rebecca S. p. 198 
9366 E. Coldwatet 
Davison, MI 48423 

Bodey, Tonya S. 
2454 E. Route 36 
Urbana. OH 43078 

Boe. Susan L. p. 190 
411 First Ave 
Ottawa, IL61350 



Booth, Kathenne L. 
P.O. Box 241 
Palmyra, IN 47164 

Bornemann, Janet L, p. 190 

RR 1 

Ottawa. IL 61350 



Borowicz, Gregory Thomas 
296 Byron Ave. 
Bloomingdale. IL 60108 

Borst, Lauta L p 198 
172 Landale Lane 
El Caion.CA 92021 



Borton, Marianne H. p. 190 
9569 Devils Lake Hwy. 
Manitou Beach. MI 49253 

Boudreau. Devtin T. 
52 Hanson Df. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Boudreau. JamieJ. 
618 S. Elm 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Boudreau, Melody Anne p. 1 
311 N. Forest 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Bovee, Cynthia A. 
Rt 2, Box 188 
Beloit.WI 53511 

Bowden, Debbie E. p. 190 
Rt 3, Box 192 
Dexter, ME 04930 

Bowden, Lois L. p. 198 
RFD 3 Box 192 
Dexter, ME 04930 

Bowden, Thomas S p. 89 
RFD 3. Box 192 
Dexter, ME 04930 

Bowman, John 
3336 Moorgate Drive 
Springfield, IL 62703 

Boyce. Mark D. p. 190 
2307 Hwy. 301 N. 
Zephyrhills, FL 33599 

Boyce, Melvin D. 
905 W. Broad 
Linden, MI 48451 

Boykin, Angelisa M. 
668 N. Dearborn 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Bracken, Brenda K. 
1090 Crest Ave. 
Johnstown, PA 15902 

Bradbury, Charlyn F. 
2614 Maple Grove Rd. 
Alpena, MI 49707 

Bradford, Lynda I. p. 180 
1145 Palmer 
Plymouth. MI 48170 

Brady, Daniel K. 
155 Spencer Court 
Bourbonnais. I L 60914 



Brewer. Russell 
Box 185 
Cloverdale. IN 46120 



Brian. Toddjamesp. 198 
9032 Bristol Rd. 
Davison, MI 48423 

Bricket, Douglas J. p. 83, 125, 126 
40216 Ivywood Lane 
Plymouth. MI 48170 

Bridegroom, Dawn L. p. 40, 198 
3737 Barnes St. 
Hobart, IN 46342 

Brier. Kenneth Steven p 190 
10646 Amapolas St. 
Redlands, CA 92373 

Brillhart. Allen J. p. 127 
319 Indianwood Blvd. 
Park Forest, IL 60466 

Brininstool, Kathy G. p 149 
P O Box 305 
DeWitt. MI 48280 

Brininstool, TamaraJ. p. 122. 190 
302 Wilson St 
DeWitt, MI 48820 

Butcher, Cheryl Ann 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Britton, Kent Dp. 198 
4305 Baybeny Dt. 
Louisville. KY 40216 

Btitton. Sheila M 
16150 148th Ave. 
Spring Lake. MI 49456 

Britton. Thomas E. 
169''i Roy 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Brockway. Rodger W. p. 96, 198 

946 Hartford Lane 

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 

Bronson, James W. 
4326 W. 118th PI. 
Alsip, IL 60685 

Brown, Bruce A. p. 190 
275 Winding Tr. 
Xenia, OH 45385 



Brown, Daniel R. p. 180 
555 N. Vernon 
Herscher. IL 60941 

Brown, Deborah A. p. 190 
200 Charter House 
Canton, MI 48188 

Brown, Diane M 
4690 Bond Avenue 
Warren, OH 44483 

Brown. Donetta R. p. 198 
9258 Shenandoah Dr. 
Indianapolis, IN 46229 

Brown, Dwight A. p. 96, 190 
4690 Bond Ave. 
Watren. OH 44483 



Bruce, David Michael p. 96, 97, 99, 1 18 
4367 Palmer Hwy. 
Britton. MI 49229 



Brummett, Theresa L. p. 46 
201 N. Franklin 
Lynn, IN 47355 

Brundage, Steven R. 
19 Oak St 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Bruning, Walter R. 
260 N Wabash 
Bradley. IL 6091 5 

Bryant. Joe A. 
RR 1 Box 102 
Momence. IL 60954 



Bryant. Shelly p 199 

RR5 

Marshallrown. IA 50158 



Buck.J Michael 
437 E. Grand Hi 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Buckley, Jacqueline L p 190 
216 Rittenhouse St. 
Washington, DC 20011 

Bugbee, Gregory A. 
519ParksideNW 
Walker. MI 49504 



Bugbee, Nina A. 
439 E. Grand #8 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Buker. Karen L. p. 180, 237 
R R 1 2 Box 90 
Bedford, IN 47421 

Bullock. Carolyn p. 180 
101 ElmiraSt. SW 
Washington, DC 20032 

Bultman, Jackie A. 
444 W. Hawkins St. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Burch, Daryl Ivan 
605 N, Elm St 
Herscher. IL 60941 



Burch, Rebecca L. 
Burch Trailer Ct. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Burch, Russell D. p. 86, 90, 91, 92, 199 
808 E. Robin Lane 
Greenfield. IN 46140 



Burchfield. Ben|amin D. p. 46, 86, 90, 91, 

180 

406 S. Blanchette 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Burchfield, Jody 
188 Belle Aire 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Burchfield, Mark V. p. 29, 87, 88, 91 
406 Blanchette 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Burris, Tracy E. 
307 Summit 
Rossville, IL 60961 



Burrous, Cheryl L, p. 17. 84. 180, 
296 Bridge St. 
Fruitport, Ml 49415 

Butler, R. Michelle p. 190 
Rd 2 Box 15- A Thomas 
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826 



Buttrey, Vicki Ann 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Buuck, James R p. 190 
344 Kinnaird Ave. 
Fr Wayne, IN 46807 



Buuck. John R. p. 190 
344 Kinnaird Ave 
Ft. Wayne. IN 46807 

Buzenski, Brad R 
31671 Bretz 
Warren, MI 48093 




Cable, Judy L p 199 
311 s Byron Cenrer 
Wyoming, MI 49509 

Cadle, Shirley A 
Box 429 One 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Cain, Barbara L. 
1441 S. Fern Drive 
Mt. Prospect. IL 60056 

Cain, Beverly D. p. 190, 206 

1441 S. Fern Dr 

Mount Ptospect, IL 60056 

Caise. Debra A. 

RR2 

St. Anne, IL 60964 

Calas, Candy D. p 31. 110. Ill 
512 Kinkaid Court 
Des Plames, IL 60016 

Caldwell, Pamela p. 110, 180 
32570 Harvard Rd 
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 

Calhoun, Linda R 
3432 Packard Pkwy 
Rockford, IL 61103 

Call, Rebecca D. p. 180 
127 E. Wilson Ave. 
Mooresville, NC 28115 

Calvin, Denise L. p. 17, 84, 180, 235 
280 N.Ashley 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Bogovich, Alan V. p. 88 
1045 Cardinal 
Bradley. IL 60915 



Brady. Susan K. p. 108, 109, 190 
155 Spencer Court 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Brown, Ginger M. p 19* 
Box 133 RR & McNeil 
Braceville, IL 60407 



Burdinc, Zandra K p. 190 
3934 Herrick 
flint. MI 48504 



Calvin. KarenJ 
280 N Ashley 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Boice, Kari M. 
441 E Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Braford, CarolJ. 
88 Briarcliff Ln. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Brown. JeffS. p. 190 
27 Neward Ave. 
Battle Creek, MI 49017 



Burggtaf, James R. p. 96 
335 S. Marion St. 
Cardington. OH 43315 



Cameron, MarkJ 
4570 W.Jackson 
Alma. Ml 48801 



Boice. Scot G. 
441 E. Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Bramer, Mary C. 

Bx 369 Olivet Naz Co. 

Kankakee. IL 60901 



Brown, Jeffrey L. p. 102, 103, 239 
5419 Sttaw Hat Dt 
Indianapolis, IN 46227 



Burghorn. Lynda R. 

Box 416 

One 



Cameron, StephenJ. p. 
4570 W.Jackson Rd. 
Alma. MI 48801 



Boice. Stanton David p. 102, 104, 198 

460Trinway 

Troy, MI 48098 



Braun, Kimberly S. p. 180 
Box 374 One 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Brown, Karen L. 
4511 Concord St. 
Midland. MI 48640 



Burks, Deborah L. p 238 
18 Oak St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Camp, Wesley D, p. 237 
445 E.Grand #6 
Bourbonnais, IL 60901 



Index / 301 



302 I 'index 



< jniplK-ll, I H-m Ijv p 1 22 

6707 i limmerstone ^ *\ 
( im inmci. OH 45227 



( liainey,( jrol 1. p 10, 'XI, I Ml 

616 I Jackson 
Chrisman, IL 6192-1 



Claypool. lljttic H 
875 F, Court 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Comer, Tonya M p 191 
KR ) Keltlctsville R 
Wapakonela. OH 45895 



C'ouchcnour, WilhamJ. p. 199 
4465 E. Tu Ave, 
Vicksbutg, Ml 49097 



i jiupMI, Cyruhu Annp 40, 122, 199 
iii Woodltwn 
( htismin, 11.61924 



Chambers, Jill Dianne 
416 Stuart Circle 
Anderson, IN 46012 



Clifton. Kelly R, p, 191 

56765 Theodore 

Ml demons, Ml 48043 



Compton, Kevin W, 
Bon 155 
UcMotre, IN -16510 



Coulter, Mary E, p. 181 
540 Juniper Drive 
Napcrvillc, 11.60540 



Campbell. Janet p H, im, .'55 
517 L\ I.casure Ave 
\r* c astle. PA 16101 



Chandler, Michael E. p. 1 50. 181 
128' .- Madison Ave 
Chnsinan. 11.61924 



Clinc. Elsie 

70oW DromptonPI. 

Chicago. 11. COW 



Compton, I odd Henry p. 181 
12566 Pierce Rd. 
I rceland. Ml 48625 



Courtney. Ronald 
405 E. Gtand Apt BC 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 



Campbell. Timothy L. p. 180 
402 S Eighth St, 
Marshall, IL62441 



Chandler. Sandra L. p. 19. 181 
1215 12th St. 
Silvis.IL 61282 



Clouatre.JoanR.p. 191 
185 S. Clearview 
East Alton. II. 62024 



Conable.Jody L, p. 19. 181 
15 Gcrmama Street 
Galclon, PA 16922 



Cowgcr, Kelly p. 181 
844 S, Broadway 
Geneva. OH 44041 



Cannon. Karen p H2. 181 
1507 Durham Ct. 
Lexington, KY 40505 



Chaney, Teresa L. p. 191.258 
451 Southampton 
Decatut.IL 62526 



Clouatre. Kevin D, 
1515 Old Alron-Edwar 
E. Alton, II. 62024 



Condon, Leah M. p. 88.91. 199. 318 
426 N. llolcombc 
Litchfield, MN 55355 



Cox, Cynthia I., p. 199 
2504 Sugarloaf 
Portage. Ml 49002 



Cantrell. Christine K.p. 191 
204 Meadows Rd. N. A. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Charles. Joyce A. p. 199. 257 
1755 E. 100th Si. 
Lebanon, IN 46052 



Clupper, Dianna S. 

R 4. Box 86 

Kissee Mills. MO 65680 



Conlcy, Catl Elva 
101 South East St. 
Carthage, IN 46115 



Coy. Marlin E. p. 199 
3175SamuclsonRd 
Rockford, 11.61109 



Carder, Julie Ann 
88 Lakeview Dr. 
Middletown, OH 45042 



Chase. Eleanor 

700 W BrompronPI. 

Chicago. II. 60657 



Coble. Janet K. 
RR 1, Box 476 
Chfron, IL 60927 



Conner, Gregory W p. 199 

RR2 

Springville, IN 47462 



Cozad. David D. p. 191 
347 Meadow Lane PI. 
Xenia, OH 45385 



Cardosi, Donna M. 
61 5 Oak Ridge Dr RR 
St. Anne. I L 60964 



Chatman, Carhryn G. 
255 N. Greenwood 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Coffey, Kent A. p. 96 
520 Oak Run Dr. #\ 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Conner, Kimberly A. p. 181 

RR2 

Springville, IN 47462 



Crabttee, Brian C. 
104 North Dr. 
Urbana, OH 4 3078 



Carey. Wayne T. p. 191 
51 Oakwood Dr. 
Pontiac. IL 61764 



Chee, Evan P. 
169 N. Roy St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Coffey, William P. p. 91 

907 Cherry 

New Casrle. IN 47362 



Conner, Rhonda Dee p. 199 

RR2 

Springville, IN 47462 



Crabtree. Julia K. p. 17,46.88.89. 182, 206 
5100 W 102ndSt. 
Overland Park, KS 66207 



Carlson. Brian Thomas 
243 Indiana 
Racine. WI 53405 



Cheek. CarhenneJ. p. 122. 199 
4416 Bell. Casr. Rd 
Castalia. OH 44824 



Coffin, Ronald K. p. 191 
1601 S. Walnut 
Mahomet. IL 61855 



Conway, Mike C p. 46, 96, 98. 101 
747 Shadyciest Rd. 
Pittsburgh. PA 15216 



Craig. Gerald K. 

17111 Odell 

Tinley Park. IL 60477 



Carlson. Linda M. p. 228 
417 WatetSt. 
Cambridge, WI 53523 



Chen. Shelley S. L. 
110 Rod Ln 
Carbondale. IL 62901 



Coffin. Sheri L. p. 199 
105 E.Jackson 
Mahomet. IL 61853 



Cook, Clayton T. 
Rt 2, Box 47 
Coleman, WI 54112 



Ctaig, Jennifer L. p. 131. 191 
RR 3.JB46 
Portland. IN 47371 



Carlson. Patricia L. 
12324 Benck Dr #201 
Alsip.IL 60658 



Chesney. Arlin 
Box 462 
Griggsville. IL 62340 



Coker, KimJ. p. 181 
6280 Lute Rd. 
Portage, IN 46368 



Cook. DanielJ.p. 86,90, 132, 181 

1023 S.Wayne 

St. Matys, OH 45885 



Craig. Kevin D. 
3651 Decamp Dr. 
Indianapolis, IN 46226 



Carlson. Stephen A. p. 88. 191 
14052 Cherokee Tr 
Lockport. IL 60441 



Chrisnansen. Anne M. p. 122 
4324 Sourh State Rd 
Davison. MI 48423 



Cole. James R. p. 199 
Box 364 R': 1 
Middletown. IN 47356 



Cook. Georgina S. p. 111. 191 
18374 Wasson Rd. 
Gregory. MI 48137 



Craig, Mary L. 
RR 6 Box 204 
Huntington, IN 46750 



Carlson. Wendy S. p. 40, 87, 191 
14052 Cherokee Trl. 
Lockport. IL 60441 



Chtisty, Roy 
190 Convent 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Cole, Nancy p. 181 
216 W. 11 St. 
Lapel. IN 46051 



Cook. Kevin W. 
539 Edgefield 
Manon. OH 43302 



Cramer, Joel E. 
9457 S. 29 Mile 
Cadillac, Ml 49601 



Carmichael, Mayme 
200 Spencer Ct. 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 



Ciaccio, Gary L. 
431 S. 5th Ave. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Coleman. Charleen Ann p. 199 
1505 W.Harris 
Appleton. WI 54911 



Cook. Lisa J. p 86. 87, 90, 199 
RR 1 Box 467 

Markleville. IN 46056 



Crandall. Kelly R. p. 182 

21 St. Matk Dt. 

St. Peters. MO 63376 



Carpentet. Brian P 
1928 Alba SW 
Wyoming. MI 49509 



Clark, Gary Michael 
716 S. Greenwood Av 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Coleman, Donnell p. 96, 100 
RR4, Box 358-1 
St. Anne. IL 60964 



Cook, Michael W 
P.O. Box 124 
Niota.IL 62358 



Crandall, Norlyn E. p. 162 
125 E.Prairie 
Vicksburg. MI 49097 



Carpenter, Kenneth R p. 129. 181 
36422 Sunnydale 
Livonia. MI 48154 



Clark. Gregory B 
317 Preston Dr. 
Sourh Bend. IN 46615 



Coleman, Teresa A 
205 W. 8th St 
Petu, IN 46970 



Cook, Sheila D. p. 191 
RR 1. Box 167 
Losantville, IN 47354 



Oanston. Lawtence 
Counrry View Apts. #4 
Shelbyville, IL 62565 



Carpenter. Rodney K. p. 129, 191 
36422 Sunnydale 
Livonia. Ml 48154 



Clark. Holly E. 
1322N.Mitchner 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 



Collett, Kimberli A. 
R. 5 Box 401 
Edinburg. VA 22824 



Cooper. Connie M. p. 199 
2400 E. French Rd. 
St. Johns, MI 48879 



Crawford, Darrell E. p. 182 
8240 Elmway 
Dayron. OH 45415 



Carter, Sylvanus 
5800 Oak Hill Rd. 
Evansville. IN 47711 



Clark. Janice L. p. 86 
712 W. 3rd St. 
Seymour. IN 47274 



•XI 



Collett. Robert S. p. 191 
RR 3. Box 401 
Edinburg, VA 22824 



Cooper, Debra L. p. 191 
126BelaireDr. 
Washington, IL 61571 



Cray.Julene E. 
RRl 
Flangan.IL 61740 



Carter, Timothy W p. 149 
703 Stratfotd Dt. E A 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Clark. Jeffrey A. p. 181 
517 Preston Dr. 
Sourh Bend, IN 46615 



Collins, Cynthia A. 
328 N. Shelby 
Moweaqua, IL 62550 



Cooper, Jeannette M. p. 44, 87. : 
5414 N, Stony Run Ln. 
Fort Wayne, IN 46825 



Crisp. Jana S. p. 19,46.182 

RR 5 Box 13-3 

New Casrle, IN 47362 



Caruso, Gma p. 199 
949 E. 170th Place 
S. Holland. IL6M73 



Clark, Jerry W. p. 114, 115 
RR 1 Loop Rd 
Hespena, MI 49421 



Collins, Jeffrey D. p. 191, 206 
1506 Honeysuckle Ln. 
Champaign, IL 61820 



Cornelius. Judith A. p. 199. 206 
205 Third St. 
Chester. WV 26034 



Crist. Joseph H. 
3489-C Scott Civ 
Boiling AFB. DC 20336 



Casten. Gerhard A. p. 181 
1509 W, Byron 
Chicago, IL 6061 3 



Clark, Joel 

700 W. Brompton 

Chicago. IL 60657 



Collins. Judy L. p. 191 
305 E. Washington St. 
Mt. Sterling, IL 62353 



Cornell, Elizabeth A. p. 107, 191 
8 Wiley Hill Rd. 
Londonderry. NH 03053 



Crocker. Curtis D. p. 199 
40259 Ivywood Lane 
Plymouth. Ml 48170 



Casileman. Norma J. p. 181 
328 E. Main St. 
Williamsville, IL 62693 



Clark, Juanita A 
441 E. Gtand Apt. 1 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Collins, Kathy S. p. 237 
582 W. Williams 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Cornell. James H. p. 191 
210 E. Caledonia 
Howell. Ml 48843 



Croft. Ronald W. 
950 Miami St. 
Gary, IN 46403 



Caswell. Cindy K. p. 191.206 

2258 Wise Rd. 

N. Canton. OH 44720 



Clatk. Mashele E. 
301 E. McKinney#10 
Dixon. IL 61021 



Collins, Marc A. p. 199. 206 
885 Bunker Hill Dr 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Corzett. Gary A. p. 110, 111, 113. 149 
2116Melvin Dr. 
Rock Falls. IL 61071 



Crombar. Craig K. p. 191 
Rt. 5. Box 244 
Murphysboro, IL 62966 



Causey, Melody S. p. 86, 90, 199 
6338 Trorter Rd 
Indianapolis, IN 46241 



Clark, Rhonda Jo p. 199 
501 W. Main St. 
Ogden.IL 61859 



Collins. Robert Harold p. 102. 199 
9369 York Rd. SW 
Pataskala, OH 43062 



Corzine. Don R. p. 23, 4 
RR 1 S. Maple Sr. 
Fortville. IN 46040 



Crum. Alice Frances p. 199 

9665 Caprice 

Union Lake. MI 48085 



Cawvey. Clarence W. 
Rte 4. Box 13 
Catlinville. IL 62626 



Clark, Ritch Lee p. 119. 199 
320 Enos Rd. 
Seymour, IN 47274 



Collins, Susan Elaine p. 181 

RRl 

Quincy, IL 62301 



Corner, Paul H. 

702 N.Turkey Farm Rd. 

Mahomet. IL 61853 



Crump. Tim W. p. 182 
20 Jack St 
Piano. IL 60545 



Cawvey, Kevin D p. 191. 237 
287 E. Gtand Apt. 8 
Boutbonnais. IL 60914 



Clark. Russell W. 
441 E. Grand Apt. 1 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Combesr, Karen R. p. 191 
314 E. Sangamon 
Rantoul.IL 61866 



Corner. Randall H. p. 191 
702 Turkey Farm Rd. 
Mahomet, IL 61853 



Ctuzen, Matcia K. p. 24. 165, 182. 235 
418 Rosenbetget 
Oskaloosa. IA 52577 



Cederberg, Kent Sven p. 199 

107 S. Hi-Lusi 

Mi. Piospect, IL 60056 



Claycomb. Lisa G. p. 199 
3811 Hoffman Dr. 
Sandusky. OH 44870 



Combs. TammiJ. p. 86. 90 
P.O. Box 87 
Avoca, IN 47420 



Comer. Richard Paul p. 96 
Box 543 
One. IL 60901 



Cryer. KimberlieK. 
Burch M.H. PK Servic 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Culver. Glenn p. 89, 239 
1662) Schaeffer A3 
Detroit, MI 48235 



Daymon, BarbaraJ p. 191 

10855 S Hartel 

Grand Ledge, Ml -18837 



Dill, Melody E. 
2818 S.Park Rd 
Anderson, IN 46011 



Dufrcsne, GwendolynJ. p. 191 

1427 Lynton Ave. 
Flint, Ml 48507 



Ellwangcr, Chttles W. p. 182 

1495 Westminster I.n. 
Bourbonmis, II. (mil 



Cunard, Cindy Marie 
700 W Brompton PI 
Chicago, IL 60657 



De La Vergne, Deborah 
1304 E North St. Apt. 
Bradley, I L 60915 



Dillard. Anna Bonira 

216 Rich Rd. 

Park Forest, IL 60466 



Dumey, Steven W. 
1 15 Theresa Lane 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Emmons, Cathy A. p. 192 
8 Sunset Dr 
Valparaiso, IN 46383 



Cunard. Susan Lynn 
700 W Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Cundiff, James L. p. 17 
500 Moore Ct. 
Greencastle, IN 46135 

Cutry.Joel Allan p. 199 
143 East 5th St. 
Roxana, IL 62084 



Curtis, Carrie A. p. 199 
38549 Sourh Farm 
Northville. Ml 48167 



Curtis, Lynn A. p. 199 
220 Manor Dr. 
Mishawaka, IN 46544 



Curtis, Shelley p. 199 
220 Manor Dr. 
Mishawaka, IN 46544 




Daane. Debra S. p. 191 
1161 N. Pontiac Dr. 
Janesville, WI 53545 

Dale. Larry 

490 N. Wabash St. 

Wabash, IN 46992 



Dale, Teresa Arlene p 199 
490 N.Wabash 
Wabash, IN 46992 



Daniel. Rachel R. p. 86, 90, 199 
467 E. Rd. 100 N. 
Danville. IN 46122 



Daniels, Shelley 
330 E. Water St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Daniels. Stephanie 
118 Stadium Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Davey, Gary A. p. 88, 92, 191 
1901 Corydon Pike 15 
New Albany, IN 47150 



Davidhizar, April L. p. 191 
7801 Independence St. 
Merrillville. IN 46410 



Davis, Carlean S. 
326'-5 N. Grand 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Davis, Freddie A. 
Box 154 
Momence, IL 60954 

Davis, John R. 
Box 579 
One 

Davis, Lindsay J. p. 199 
2310 Monmouth Blvd. 
Galesburg, IL 61401 

Davis, Melinda S. 
1395 Park Place 
Plymouth, MI 48058 

Davis, Pamela R. p. 40, 86, 90, 191 
Gvnrs Islnd Bldg 877 
New York. NY 10004 



Dean. Donald C. p. 199 
471 South Euclid 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Deaton, Wilson p. 182 
8410 S. Linden Rd 
Swarttz Creek, MI 48473 

Deckard, Roberta K 
260 N. Main Box 286 
Herschet, IL 60941 

Deckard. TomJ. p. 191 
1712 S. High St., Box 
Bloommgton. IN 47401 

Dee, Shenfield W. p. 182 
Box 589 
ONC 60901 

Deem, Karrina L p 191 
45 Easrmoreland 
Decatur, IL 62521 

Dehamer.Joan Annerte p. 199 
1717 Shire Ct. 
Wheaton, IL 60187 

Delabre. MichaelJ. 
856 E. Station 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Deming, Gordon L. p. 88 
1401 Monroe 
Beardstown, IL 62618 

Denaple, Mary L. 
9 Navaho 
Dwight.IL 60420 

Dennison, Don 
235 N Oak Leaf Dr 
Addison, IL 60101 

Denny, Robert K. p. 21 
5894 Milburne 
Milford, OH 45150 

Depriest, Charles B. 
R 1 Box 177 
Golconda, IL 62938 

DeRose, DinoJ. p. 96, 97, 182 
2800 Donna Ave. 
Racine, WI 53404 

Desollar. Karen R. p 182, 220 
1001 W. 6th St. 
Beardstown, IL 62618 

Deter, Lamont D. 

RR1 

Sterling, IL 61081 

Dexter, Candy p. 174 
7130 Hartel Rd. 
Potterville, MI 48876 

Dexter. Scott A. p. 191 
7130 N. Hartel Rd. 
Potterville, MI 48876 

Di Pizza. Clarice A, 
700 W Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Diaz. Christine L. p. 199 
216 S. Humphrey 
Oak Park, IL 60302 

Diaz, Evelyn A. 

700 W. Brompton PI. 

Chicago, IL 60657 

Dickey, John Q. p. 20 
31607 Auburn Dr. 
Birmingham. MI 48009 

Dickinson. Paul 
1 189 Maple Street 
Niles, MI 49120 



Dillman.J. Craig p. 8, 96, 127, 182 
2564 Oldfield Ave. 
Berhel Park, PA 15102 

Dillman, Thomas A. p. 96, 199 
2564 Old Field Ave. 
Bethel Park. PA 15102 

Dilts. Teri L. p. 40, 199 
5924 Kathryn R 1 
Plymourh, MI 48170 

Dinse, Diane L. p. 199 
45070 Naperville Rd. 
Naperville, IL 60540 

DiPietro, Constance F. p. 182 

419 S. Ioka 

Mt Prospect, IL 60056 

Dobe. Lynn E. 
7340 Fern Dr. 
Mentor-on-the-Lake, OH 44060 

Dodd, Deborah A p. 191 
113 Deer Creek Rd 
Rochester, IL 62563 

Dodds. Janet F. 
101 Frederick St. 
Doylestown, OH 44230 

Dodds. Ruth A. 
19 Linn St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Doliber, Deborah K. p. 86, 90, 182 
429 Wildwood Dr. 
Park Forest, IL 60466 

Doliber, Rae 

700 W. Brompton PI. 

Chicago. IL 60657 

Domagalski, Lori L. 
1025 Holly Ct. 
Lockport, IL 60441 

Dorrell, Teri E. 

700 W. Brompton PI. 

Chicago, IL 60657 

Dorrell, Toni C. 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Dorton, Billy D. p. 96 
540 Oak Run Dr 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Douglas, Brenda S. p. 182 
415 E. Williams 
Owosso, MI 48867 

Downie, Maurine H. 
1480 Cobb Blvd. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



p. 199 



Downs, Amy Marie 
3200 Mount Zion 
Bucyrus, OH 44820 

Drake, B.Jill p. 199 
660Jonette Ave. 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Drake, Dawn Marie 
6900 S. Washington 
Lansing, MI 48910 

Drake, Edwin p. 89 
7740 10 Mile Rd. 
Ceresco, MI 49033 

Drake, Leon R. II 
2487 Miami Beach Dr. 
Flint. MI 48507 



Drake, Robert D. p. 89. 199 

120OssamiCt. 

Morton, IL 61550 



Duncan, Brenda L. p. 191 
54) Stockton Heights 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Duncan, Shirley A. 
543 Stockton Heights 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Dunklee, Rodney L. 
9422 W. Genessee St. 
New Lothrop, MI 48460 

Dunlop, Daniel D 
260 N. Stadium Dr. #8 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Dupes, Caroline p. 182 
308 Jefferson 
Valparaiso, IN 46383 

Durbin, Bruce E. 
561 N. Main St. 
Winchester. IN 47394 



Dutour, Tammi p. 182 
206 E. Hubert 

Ashkum.IL 60911 



Dyce, Darcy M. p. 191 
9401 Placid Way 
Howell, MI 48843 



Dye, Pamela p. 199 

22700 Merriman 

New Boston, MI 48164 




Eades, Sue E. 

844 W. Hickory St. 

Union Cityr IN 47390 

Eash, Melody A. p. 80, 199 
14626 Lincoln Ave. 
Dolton.IL 60419 

Ebert, Rebecca L. p. 191. 206 
302 Wilbur 
Champaign, IL 61820 

Ebert, Robin L. p. 199 
302 Wilber 
Champaign. IL 61820 

Eckman. Susan K 
1202 Cleveland 
Lockport, IL 60441 

Edmonds, Annette T. p. 182 
1517 N.Jackson 
Danville. IL 61832 



Edwards, Mark A 
8638 Hook St. 
Highland, IN 46322 

Edwards, Sharon M 
3729 Crescent Dr. 
Steger.IL 60475 

Egge, David W. p. 7, 91, 199, 206 

712Culbertson 

Worland, WY 82401 

Eichorn, Jeffrey A. 
334 East Water St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Eliasen.John Lars p. 102, 104. 182 
Flugleparken 33, Kart 
Denmark 



Emmons, Luannc M. p. 192 
RR)NSaubee 13602 
Lake Odessa, MI 48849 

Engel, Brian David p. 199 
321 N. Elmhurst Ave. 
Mt. Prospecr. IL60056 

Engelthaler, EllenJ. p. 182 
115 N. Harvard Ave. 
Arlingron Heights. IL 60005 

Engleman, Paula D. p. 192 
1935 Colt Rd. 
Indianapolis, IN 46227 

English, Jamie S. 

106)0 E. Edgewood Ave. 

Indianapolis. IN 46239 

Erickson, Daniel D. p. 25, 28, 46, 88, 1 
182 

4113Bluefish Dr. 
Pascagoula. MS 39567 

Erickson. Delbert B. p. 96 
520 Cleveland 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Erickson, MarleneJ. p. 88 
520 S. Cleveland 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Erickson, Tracey D. p. 96, 100 
520 S.Cleveland 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Erwin, Melinda 1 p. 182 
P.O. Box 140 RR 2 
Dunkirk. IN 47336 

Eshelby, Lanette K. p. 192 
869 S.Barnes St. 
Mason, MI 48854 

Essex, David J. p. 192 
415 E.Grand Dr B-7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Etchison, Brian K. p. 96, 199 
1624 East 45th 
Anderson, IN 46013 

Evans. Robin p. 182 
7257 Cherry Valley 
Middleville, MI 49333 

Evilsizor, Kenneth D. p. 192 
2570 Garden Rd. 
Milford, MI 48042 

Ewers, Byron L. 
451 Barron Rd. 
Howell, MI 48843 

Ewing, Pamela S. 
304 W Jackson Street 
Alexandria, IN 46001 




Fackler, Jacqueline S. p. 192 

RRl 

Camden, MI 49232 

Fagg, Rodney L. p. 89, 199 
RR 1 Box 59 
Cory. IN 47846 

Fanning. David W. p. 86, 90, 192 
610 Chestnut Lane 
Beecher, IL 60401 



Davis, Tim Norman 
18A Hillcrest 
Hamilton. IL 62)41 

Davisson, Mark E. p. 191 
307 E. Union St. 
Liberty, IN 47353 

Dawson, Jeffery D. p. 199 
562 E. North St. 
Galesburg. IL 61401 



Diefenbach, Cherie L. 
RR4 Box 316 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Diehl, Timothy V. p. 182 

7509 Saginaw St. 

New Lothrop, MI 48460 

Dikeman, Donna L. p. 84, 88, 216 
RD 3 Box 112 
Oxford, PA 19363 



Drake, Ronnie 
185 W. 156th Place 
Harvey, IL 60426 

Dressier, Margaret Lois 
1897 Meadowview Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Dufelmeier, Shelly L. 

RRl 

Pekin.lL 61554 



Ellis, Dirk R. p. 48 
210 College St. 
Potomac. IL 61865 



Ellis, Elisa L. p. 86, 90 
2808 N.Sterling Ave. 
Oklahoma City, OK 73127 

Ellis, Kathleen R. p. 199 
3860 Ashbourne Lane 
Indianapolis, IN 46226 



Farber, James A. 
719 S. Third 
Watseka, IL 60970 

Farber, Jim Robert p. 96 
719 S. 3rd 
Watseka, IL 60970 

Farr, Daniel T. 
413 E. Grand Apt. 8 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Index / 303 



Fainr, Stephen p. 192 
HIE Grand Dt Apt 10 
Bourbonnjii, IL 60914 



Fast. Dotcen A p. 182 
415 S. Plum 
Newton. KS67114 



Fleming, Mark p 21, 114, 115 
435 W. Drummond Dr. 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 

Flcxser, Dwayne A 
7'* Waslungron Ave. 
Bourbonnais, 11. 60914 



Franklin, Timmy D. p. 183 
RR 1 box 35 
Miliord, IL 60953 



Franseen, Brcnda S. p. 86, 90, 235 
RR 2. Box 51A 
Boscobel. Wl 53805 




Gcscllc. Patsy p. 200 
1432 Dotson 
Elkhart, IN 46514 

Gibbs. Ellen A. p. 183, 234 
5273 White Lake Rd. 
Davisburg, Ml 48019 



Feirn. Diane p. 182 
Box 690 
ONC 60901 

Felt, !5chraL. p. 182 
822 S. Lombard 
Oak Park. IL 60309 

Feltt, David Wayne 
470 West Green St. 
Montepher, IN 47359 

leltuv lames H. 
P O Box 368 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Ferguson. Beth A. p. 182 
RR I.Sandy Bluff Rd. 
Piano. IL 60545 



Ferguson. Steven L. p. 116 
1120E. Harrison 
Decatur. IL 62526 

Ferryman, Brenda K. p. 199 
RR 1 Box 115 
McCordsville, IN 46055 

Fessler. David A. 
588 Wallace St. 
Marseilles, IL 61341 

Fetters. Tracy 182 
4956 C West Moteland 
Dayton. OH 45431 

Fickbohm. Steven F, p. 96 
1176 Roselawn 
Paxton, IL 60957 

Fiedlet, Kristina M. 
Pabashan Trail 
Charlevoix, MI 49720 

Field. Debra R. p. 192 

11163Hartel 

Grand Ledge. Ml 48837 

Field. Douglas M. p. 200 

11163 Hartel 

Grand Ledge. MI 48917 

Finger, Tamara F. 
670 Oak Run Dr 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Fiorenza, George p. 192 
585 Meadowview Dr. 
Greenwood. IN 46142 

Fiorenza. Paul E. 
585 Meadowview Dr. 
Greenwood, IN 46142 

Fischer. Janet E. 
317 E. Fernwood 
Morton. IL 61550 

Fischer. Karen S. p. 200. 237 
317 E. Fernwood 
Morton. IL 61550 

Fisher, Floyd E. p. 192 
5213 Williams 
Godfrey. IL 62035 

Fisher, Glenn A. p. 200 
4130 S Center Dr. 
Howell, MI 48843 

Fishet. Ruth E. p. 40. 84. 90. 192 
12 Wayne St. 
Farrhaven, MA 02719 

Fitzgerald. Timothy M. 
4081 W Harrison Rd. 
Alma. MI 48801 



Flippo.Owen V III 
204 Convent 
Bourbonnais. IL 609M 

Floyd, Cheryl L. 
•101 Grand Ave #3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Floyd, Kathryn p. 182 
2621 Leonard Springs 
Bloonungton, IN 47401 

Floyd. Stephen C. 
401 Grand Ave #3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Fluder. Annamae p. 200 

4665 W. 179th PI. 

Country Club Hills. IL 60477 

Fly. James C. p. 6, 46 
12414 Gage Rd 
Holly. MI -18442 

Flynn. Theresa A. p. 183, 237 
RR 1 Box 209 
Chillicothe. IL 61523 

Fogliam. Darcel Renee p 200 

Rr 1 

Lewistown, IL 61542 

Ford. Gregory M. 
4747 Redbud 
Decatur. IL 62526 

Ford. Kirk V. p. 200 
4747 Redbud Court 
Decatur, IL 62526 



Forillo, Pam Elaine p. 200 
101 E. St. Marys St. 
Minooka, IL 60447 



Fortune, Rebecca L. p. 192 
786 Parker 
Elmhurst. IL 60126 

Fosnaugh, Lane E. p. 89 

2215 Bryant Ct. 

Fort Wayne. IN 46819 

Foster Jr.. Dee Hart p. 16, 96, 99, 183 
825 Rawling St. 
Washington C H. OH 43160 

Foster, Cletis A. 
520 Evergreen Ln. 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Foster, Laferne A 

Rtel 

Chebanse. IL 60922 

Fowler, Charles 
413 Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Fowler. David W. p. 49. 89 
1003 Glencoe 
Alma, Ml 48801 

Fowler. Rhonda J. p. 192 
5226 Marboro Dr 
Racine. WI 53406 

Fox, Brian Lamonr p. 92, 183 
6322 Minlo Dr. 
Indianapolis. IN 46227 

Fox. David 

302 North Park St. 

MUford. IL 60953 

Fox, Karen K. p. 192 
Rt 6 Box 320 
Greencastle. IN 46135 



Frazier, Randal B, 
8800 Old Spanish Trail 
I.irtle Rock. AR 72207 

Frazier. Thomas E. p. 96 
277'/.- E. Marsailles 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Frcdenckson, Lori A. p. 192 
■1813 Sourhgate 
Lansing. Ml 48910 

Freed. Paula R. p. 192 

RR2 

Sterling, IL 61081 

Freeman, Karen p. 192 
5001 N. Lafayette 
Greenville. MI 48838 

Freeman, Margarer A. p. 183 
12052 Henderson Rd. 
Otisville, MI 48463 

Freeman, Susan 
9575 Currie Rd. 
Northville. Ml 48167 



Freeman, Sylvia K. p. 88. 93, 130. 183 
1395 WoodnollCt. 
Flint, MI 48507 



Fteeman, Tamara S. p. 183 
9881 Clark Rd. 
Davisburg. MI 48019 

French, DonnaJ. 
6349 West "S" Ave. 
Schoolcraft. Ml 49087 

Ftey. Brenda E. p. 183. 206. 235, 239 
RR7 

Decatur, IN 46733 



Frey.Judy M. 
751 N. 5th Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Friend. Jana D. p. 24, 25, 46, 88, 89, 166, 
192, 206 

1709John Wooden Dr. 
Martinsville, IN 46151 



Frizzell, Randy E 
P.O. Box 281 
Tell City. IN 47586 

Froman, Debora p. 183 
RRBox 138 
Sutter, IL 62373 

Frostic, Edith M. p. 192 
2380 Ruth Rd. 
Applegate. MI 48401 

Fry. Debbie Ann 
236 Taft Ave. 
LIrbana. OH 43078 



Fry, Mark R. p. 183 
623 S. Dangl Rd. 
Muskegon, MI 49442 



Fuller. James P. p. 183. 239 
113 Kingsley Ave. 
Dollard. Montreal 



Fullerton. Jeffrey S. p. 192 
1908 Dean Avenue 
Holt. MI 48842 



Fullerton. Steven D. p 200 
1908 Dean St. 
Holt. MI 48842 



Gadd, Dawn L. 
151 l.orctta Ave. 
Follanscbce. WV 26037 

Gale. Floyd D. 
878 Gettysburg 4 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Gallion, ShauniJ. p. 200 

KR 1 

Brownstown. IN 47220 

Gamble. Diane C. p. 19, 22, 61 
15700 Radio 
Taylor, Ml 48180 

Gard. Pamela J. p. 110, 111,172.192 
P.O. Box 85 
Cory, IN 47846 

Gardziella. Michelle D. p. 1 1 1, 200 
26 W. 140 Grand Ave 
Whcaton, IL 60187 



Garland, Cindy Sue p. 200 
2310 Bella Visra Dr 
Hamilton. OH 45014 

Garner, Todd E. 
Rt 4 Box 263 
Kankakee, I L 60901 



Garrert, Benny R. p. 200 
334 West Kemper Rd. 
Cincinnati, OH 45246 



Garrett, Judith R. p. 200, 237 
435 N. Dye 
Virden.lL 62690 

Garriott. Michael W. p. 49. 89. 192, 239 
309 W. Main St. 
Crothersville, IN 47229 



Garrison. Gary 

645 Washington Ave. 

Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Garton. T. Irene 
198 Esther Circle 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Garton. ValeryJ 
198 Esther Circle 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Garvin. Lorri R. p. 88, 200 

846 William 

River Forest, IL 60305 

Gathman, Patricia D. p. 108, 200 
74 S. DuBois 
Elgin. IL 60120 

Geeding, Laura C. p. 192 
16411 Paxton 
Tinley Park. IL 60477 

Geekie, Julie Ann 
3109WaldronRd. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Geiselman. Michael T. p. 96. 200 
18938 Tamarack 
Culver, IN 46511 

Geist. Susan L. p. 40. 192 

RR3 

Huntington, IN 46750 

George. Richard A. p. 87, 192 
5200 S. 1050 E 
Upland. IN 46989 



Gibbs, Karen J. 
508 E. Grant 
Watseka.IL 60970 

Gibson, Dale B. p. 102. 183 
5707 Aubrey Ln. 
Muncie. IN 47303 

Gibson, Elizabeth Ann p. 88. 192 
5170 Red Fox 
Brighton, Ml 48116 

Gibula, Cynthia A. p. 183 

2000 York St. 

Blue Island. IL 60406 

Gibula. Deborah L. p. 200 

2000 York St. 

Blue Island, IL 60406 

Gill, Carolyn A. 
RFD2Schcer Rd. 
Manhatten.IL 60442 

Gillett, Catol A. 
409 W. Holden 
Tolono.IL 61880 

Gillett, Kathleen L. p. 84. 192 
409 W Holden 
Tolono.IL 61880 

Gilliam, Kelli A. p. 200 
63 Cromwell Rd Apt. 7 
Cincinnati. OH 45218 

Gilliam, Tammy Jo p. 200 
447 N. Varner Rd. 
Brownsburg. IN 45218 

Gilmore. Kelly J. p. 122.192 

Rt3 

Sheherd, MI 48883 

Gilmore, Kimberly 
5160S. LeatonRd. 
Shepherd, MI 48883 

Gilroy.Jennrfer I. 
13907 W. 147th Place 
Lockport, IL 60441 

Gilroy, Mark K. 
13907 W 147rhPl. 
Lockport. IL 60441 

Girgis. Hany M. p. 16, 318 
631 Brookmont 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Glendennrng, Michele L. p. 82,88, 192 
476 N. Pleasant Ave. 
Galesburg. IL 61401 

Glenn. Kim Alan 
305 Emmons Ave. 
Rock Falls, IL 61071 

Glogowski, Robert J. 
215 E. Marsile Apt. B 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Gluck. Timorhy A. p. 92 
240 May St. 
Manhattan, IL 60442 

Godby II, Paul T. p. 86. 88, 90, 91 
2535 White Oak Dr. 
Titusville. FL 32780 



Goerlitz. James A. p. 200 
506 Superior 
Boscabel, WI 53805 



Goff. Sarah Kay 
RR 1 Box 445-B 
Fortville. IN 46040 



Firzwater. Frank M. p. 91. 200 
1315 Fairview 
Greenfield, IN 46140 



Frame, Anthony E. p. 46. 1 
8413 Fairfax Ct. 
Davison, MI 48423 



Fulton, John M. 
RR 1 Box 155 
Herscher. IL 60941 



Gerald. Joy L. p. 200 
102 12th Ave. A 
Erie, IL 61250 



Goforth. Michael C. 
12159 Eaglescout Ct. 
Cincinnati. OH 45242 



Fitzwater. P. Suzanne p 200 
1315 Fairview Dr. 
Greenfield. IN 46140 



Francoisjr., Alexandrt 
280 Ted Mard Ct #3 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Furbee. Jacqueline J. p 200 
777 N. Convent 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Gerboth, Mark E. p. 192 
200 N. Grace 
Crawfordsville. IN 47933 



Golay, Evangeline R. 
279 Boice Rd. NW 
Cedar Rapids. IA 52839 



Flack. Ruth I. p. 130 
606 E 4th St. 
Gibson City. IL 60936 



Frankhauser. Gregory p. 183 
415 E. Grand Apt. 5 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Furnas, Timothy J. p. 183 
RR 2 Box 68 
Wautoma. WI 54982 



Gerstenberger, Gary D. p. 200 

2158StanfotdSE 

Grand Rapids. MI 49508 



Golay, Rebecca G. p. 88, 183 
810 Kendale Court 
Indianapolis. IN 46234 



Flammang. Joanne C. p. 200 

207 Wilson 

Villa Grove. IL 61956 



Franklin. Cynthia K. p. 17, 80, 183 
623 Green Oak Dr. 
Longview, TX 75601 



Futrell. Angela F. p. 46. 86. 88. 89, 90 
190 W. Adams 
Manreno, IL 60950 



Gerstenberger, Robert p. 86. 87. 90. 91. 183 
30375 Tennessee 
Roseville. MI 48066 



Golay. Ruth Ellen p. 88, 200 
810 Kendale Ct. 
Indianapolis. IN 46234 



504/ Index 



Golay. Steven A. p. 88 
Box 798, ONC 
Kankakee. II 60901 



Green, Jonathan D. p. 200 
P.O. Box 207 
Mannington, WV 26582 



Hahs. Michael R. 
B-U Burch'sTtlCt. 
Bourbonnais, 11.6091-1 



Mattis.John W. p. 200 
S100W. ElsworthRd. 
Perry, MI 48872 



Hedrick, Michelle K. p. 239 
2822 Wintcrgrcen Dr. 
Florissant, M06trm 



Gonzalez. Kimberly S. p. 192 
614 N. Kickapoo 
Lincoln, II 626 56 



Gteen, Kan Sue p. 200 
P.O.Box 157 
Milford. Ml 48042 



Hail. Karen F. p. 192 
909 S. 11th St. 
Newcastle, IN 47362 



Harris, Monti S. 
390 Loma Dr. 
Forsyth, IL 62535 



Heidrick, Trina M. p. 184, 206 
1001 Lorraine Street 
Danville, IL 61832 



Gooden, Batbara p. 80, 183 
221 West I'nion 
Virden, IL 62690 



Green, Robert M 

Box 207 

Mannington, WV 26582 



Hail, Kevin Ray p. 192 
909 South 11th Street 
New Castle, IN 47362 



Harris, Phyllis 
P.O. Box 143 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 



Heinsman, I.mda p. 200 
4929 N. Even's Ct. 
Peoria, 11,61614 



Gooden. Janice M. p 192 
221 W. L'nion Ave. 
Virden. IL 62690 



Green. Timothy M. p. 192 
1122 S. Poplar St. 
Seymour, IN 47274 



Hair. James C. p. 192 
12043 S. 68th Court 
Palos Height. IL 60463 



Harris. Steven 
1452 W. Van Meter 
Kankakee. 11,60901 



Heinz. KarlJ. p. 149 
6 Stratford Dr. East 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Goodhew. James R p 89 
2816 Dextet Dt. 
Ft. Wayne, IN 46816 

Goodkind, Mark A. 
7819 Ponderosa Ct. 
Otland Park, IL 60462 

Goodpasture, Loti A. 
RR 2 Box 285 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Goodpasture. Regina C. p. 192 
Rt 14 Box 165 
Bedford. IN 47421 

Goodwin, Christy A. 
RR 1 Box 105A 
Wilmington, IL 60481 

Gordon, Michael L. 
1515 WCushingSt. 
Decatur, IL 62526 

Gotdon, Terry S. p. 89 
Rt. 1 Box 223 
Fort Mill, SC 29715 

Gorman, Timothy F. 
16000 Leclaire Ave. 
Oak Forest, IL 60452 

Goudy.Jack A. p. 96, 200 
7042 Elaine Ave. 
Portage. IN 46368 

Goudy, Pamela S. p. 84 
7042 Elaine Ave. 
Portage. IN 46368 

Gould. Stephen G. p. 25, 88, 200 
5378 Sir Barton Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

Gowan, Ronda L 
320 Pleasantview Dr. 
Battle Creek, MI 49017 

Graeftin, Waltet 
Rt 2, Ellingham Pik 
Bluffton, IN 46714 

Graff, Patticia E. 
311 George St. 
Flushing. MI 48433 

Graham Jr., L.Joseph 
7589 B. Drive North 
Battle Creek. MI 49017 

Grammer, Robin M. p. 84 

HOFairdale 

Royalton, IL 62983 

Granger, Ben D. p. 200 
5346 Van Slyke Rd. 
Flint, MI 48507 

Grant. Edwin M. 
1528 Jefferson St. 
Quincy.IL 62301 

Gray, Carol L. p. 192 
3626 Hi-Villa Dr. 
Lake Orion, MI 48035 

Gray, Denise M 

32 Pond Rd. 

S. Portland, ME 04106 

Gtay, Russell Eugene p. 102 
403 S. Bresee Ave. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Gray, Susan A. p. 192, 237 
1004 Chicago St. 
Mendota, IL 61611 



Greene, Valerie Anne p. 200 
6702 W. 15th St. 
Indianapolis, IN 46224 

Greenlee, BrendaJ. 
1007 Ave. D 
Greencastle. IN 46135 



Greenstreet. James M. 
760Jonette 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Gregory, Tony W. 
RR52Box443-C 
Terre Haute, IN 47805 

Greyjt., Lawrence O. 
700 Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Grey, Ruth E. 

700 W. Brompton Place 

Chicago, IL 60657 

Gribben, Linda D. 
Longvue Drive 
Wintetsville, OH 43952 

Griffin, Gary E. p. 82, 234, 239 
1934 Hibiscus Drive 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 

Griffin. Pamela R. p 192 
2829 Harrison St. 
Rochester, MI 48063 

Gtiner.Jill Nanette p. 200 
716 N. Dix 
Paulding, OH 45879 

Gross, Carol L. 
25 Elm St. Box 125 
Momence, IL 60954 

Gross, David J. p. 200, 206 
25 N. Elm P.O. Box 125 
Momence, IL 60954 

Gross, Robin Lynn p. 88, 200 
4324 Ferguson Dr. 
Ashland, KY 41101 



Gross, Valerie A. p. 93 
109 Erickson 
Ottawa. IL61350 



Groth, Cynthia A. p. 183 
218 Shademore Drive 
Rochester, NY'l4626 



Gunn, Sherri Lynn p. 200 
2034 N. Locke St. 
Kakomo. IN 46901 

Gunter, Atlie T. p. 88, 238 

Box 843 

ONC 



Guyer, Julia Anne p. 88, 200 
1424 MacArthur Blvd. 
Munster.lL 46321 




Habedank, Jeff C. p. 8, 83, 96, ' 
RR 2 Box 313 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Hale. Randall S. p. 193 
440 Smiley Ave. 
Cincinnati, OH 45246 

Hall, Dale 
P.O. Box 464 
Herscher, IL 60941 

Hamende. Allen W. p. 183 
184'/; S. Euclid 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Hamlett, Frieda Rose 
46 Giurth 
Urbana, IL 61801 

Hammerstrand, James 
3546 Fremont St. 
Rockford, IL 61 103 

Handy, Jerri L. p. 235 
205 Mill St. 
Kokomo, IN 46901 

Haney, Chetyl F. p. 193 
303 W. Franklin 
Winchestet, IN 47394 

Hansche, BarbaraJ. 
4736 Hansche Rd. 
Racine. WI 53403 

Hansel. Craig Robert 
RR 1, Box 209 
Manchester, IA 52057 

Hansen, Debra A. 
RR 2 Box 144 
Ashkum.IL 60911 

Hansen. Martha 
202 Locust St. 
Chebanse, IL 60922 

Hansen, Randall E. p. 96, 183 
238 E. Lowell 
Mishawaka. IN 46544 

Hansen, Stan D p. 200 
Box 862 
ONC 60901 

Hanson, Heather L. p. 84, 206 
471 S. Blanchette 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Hanson, Heidi p. 183 
471 Blanchette 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Hanstad, Marlin p. 80, 200 
5233 Welsh Rd. 
Rockford, IL 61107 

Hanzelin, Linda B. p. 193 
70 Lombard Circle 
Lombard, IL 60148 

Hardy, Peggy M. p. 193 
403 Cleveland 
Chrisman, IL 61924 

Hardyman. Pamela Kay 
12576 US 62 
Wjnchestet, OH 45692 



Hardyman, Timothy E. p. 114, 200 
22 W. Sharp St. 
Hillsdale, MI 49242 



Harmon, Beth A. p. 40, 45, 90. 200 
673 Terry Lane 
Hastings, MI 49058 

Harmon, Rebecca D. p. 193 
5402 Harrison 
Sciotoville, OH 45662 



Harris, Tony L. 
390 Loma Dr. 
Forsyth, IL 62535 

Hatris, Tonya L. p. 108, 109. 200 
390 Loma Dr. 
Forsyth. IL 62535 

Harris, William 
P.O. Box 143 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Harry. Timothy J. p. 89 

P.O. Box 5058 

East Liverpool, OH 43920 

Hart.Jeanette 
23 Linn 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Hart, Mark Alan p. 200 
120 N. Summitt St 
Kendallville, IN 46755 

Hart. Steven Michael p. 87 

RR 1 

Reddick, IL 60961 

Hartley, Curtiss Allen 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Hartsock. David W 
1833 Meadowview 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Hartsock, Kristen B. 
1833 Meadowview Ave 
Kankakee, I L 60901 

Hartzell, Jeffrey A p. 183 
1526 Spruce St. 
Easton, PA 18042 

Harvey, Darrel L. p. 96 
9066 State Rd 
Otisville. MI 48463 

Hasenleder, Darrell E. p. 193. 237 
1390 Sheffield Dr. 
Saginaw, MI 48603 

Hasselbnng, Skyler J. p. 112, 114, 115 
RR 2 Box 162 
Watseka, IL 60970 

Hawley, Theresa G. p. 86. 90. 183, 237 
3724 Rohr Rd. 
Pontiac, MI 48055 

Hay, Johnnie F. p. 46, 88, 89 

Box 46 

Camby, IN 46113 

Hayden. Dana Rae 
334 Stadium Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Hayes, Alice L. p. 184 
1545 N. Monroe 
Decatur, IL 62526 

Hayes, David K. p. 96 
527 Edwin 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Hayward, Dawn E. 
RR 3 Box 417 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Hazelwood. Darrell K. 

604 Lammert Ct. 

St. Charles, MO 63301 

Healy, Virginia 

R2 LT27 Herron Mob H 

Watseka, IL 60970 



Heise, Dorothy R 

R 4 

Auburn, IN 46706 

Heitmann, Gerald K. 
1580 W River St. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Helton, Lydia G. p. 184 
417 Progress Ave. 
Hamilton, OH 45013 

Henderson, Julie 
Box 904, ONC 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Hendley. Kelly p. 193 
361 3 Wakefield 
Troy, MI 48084 

Hendley, Patricia p. 201 
5795 Ruth Ave. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Hendley, Susan R.p. 184 
5795 Ruth Ave. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Hendricks, Richard A 
621 Stevens Dr. 
Owosso, MI 48867 

Hendnckson, Marcia L. 
631 Parkside 
Elmhurst. IL 60126 

Hendreckson, Todd W. p. 201 
488 Emroy Ave. 
Elmhurst, IL 601 26 

Hensley, Mona L 
28 Strasma Dr. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Henvel, Barbara 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Hermiz, Karen R. p. 83 
1209 Elm Lane 
Marion. IN 46952 



Herring, Andre 

3104 New Kirk Ave #1 

Brooklyn, NY 11226 



Herrmann, Lisa M. p. 83. 108. 193 
224 Brookview Rd. 
East Peoria. IL 61611 

Herzog, Karen M. 
594 Sosboon 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Hess, Charles Willian 
1839 N.Howard St. 
Wheaton, IL 60187 



p. 200 



Hess, Timothy P. p. 19, 110, 114, 125 

RR1 

Sterling, IL 61081 

Hethenngton, Dwayne p. 96. 201 
1437 Brabyn 
Flint, MI 48503 

Hiatt, Thomas L. 
405 E. Grand Apt, 5C 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Hickey, Carol J. 
451 Kathy Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Hickman, Lynn M. p. 193, 206 
2853 Oriole Dr. 
Xenia, OH 45385 



Green, Cynthia K. p. 88. 200, 239 
2711 Diana Dr. 
Sellersburg, IN 47172 



Haberkamp, William C. 
1458 Flushing Road 
Flushing, MI 48433 



Harper, Debra p. 183 

Rl 

Eureka, IL 61530 



Heaps. Mark A. 
416 N. Pleasant St. 
Portland, IN 47371 



Hicks. Michele p. 40, 104, 184 

1970 Flagstaff 

Glendale Heights, IL 60137 



Green, Helen R. 
1967 E. Oak St. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Haddad.Jami D. p. 192 
3010 Old Orchard St. 
Pontiac, MI 48054 



Harper, Doris A. p. 193 

RR1 

Eureka, IL 61530 



Heaps, Miriam I. 
416 N. Pleasant St. 
Portland, IN 47371 



Hildrerh, Deborah L. p. 22. 108, 109. 201 
5 Overmyer Blvd. 
Winchester, IN 47394 



Index / 305 



Hilgcndorf. Allan 1) p »> 
207 W Indian Hills 
Hillings Ml 190)8 



llokanson. Connie I- 
Box 294 

Ashkum, 11,60911 



Houck. Teresa 

Oak Si 

It Recovery, Oil 45HV. 



Hutson, Thomas W p 
447 lltesec A%c #-1 

Bourbonnais, II 60914 



Jamison. Barry W p 86,90,91,201 
RR 2 Box 26) 
Warren. IN 46792 



Hilgcndorf, Penny 1. p 201 

II IjII K.l 

Durand. Ml 48429 



Holcomb, Mark K p. 214 
V.01 Oakland Dr 
Kalamazoo, Ml 49002 



lluuMon, Rhonda 
4810 Burchfield 
Lansing. Ml 4891(1 



Hyde. Almeda I. 
1720 W >7rhSt 
Murine. IN 47102 



Jams. Elsa L 
Gambles Terr, St John 
Antigua. W Indies 



Hill. Cheryl I. p 52. 8(. 87, I'M 
649 Bciklci 

Elmhum, 1L60126 



Holcomb. Susan G p 201 
VO( Oakland Dl 
Kalamaroo. Ml 49002 



Howe. Carole I. p 19* 
3904 Taylor Ave 
Milwaukee. WI 5(207 



Hyde, David J p 149, 201 
19)0 Stanford SE 
KentwouJ.MI 49508 



Jaynes.John p 46, 112 
100HW Penn 
Hoopeston, IL 60942 



Hill. Daniel W 
(161 Kcdln.li Dr 
Deciiui, II 62521 



Hokomb-Densmore. T&K 
127 E.Cedar Slteet 
Boyne City. Ml 49712 



Howe. Ctawlord Merle 
(7 Midway Ct 
Hammond. IN 46.(24 



Hyde. Gary D p. 184 
1516 N, Meridian 
Brazil, IN 478(4 



Jenkins. Gale Clifton p 114115,184 
915 Marion Lane 
Ottawa. 11.61(50 



Hill. Patty 1. 

RR 1 

Nebo. 11.62(55 



Holdouts;. Linda p 201 
2858 E Cass City Rd. 
Cass City, Ml 48726 



Howell, Cathy p 86. 90, 181 

RR7 

Columbia City. IN 46725 



Hyson. Cynthia p 40,90, 184 
1497Saundets Dr, 
Woostcr. OH 44691 



Jenkins. Gary L p 102, 226 
915 Marion Lane 
Ottawa. IL 61 (50 



Hill. Rand) 

1048 N Mam Si 

Sullivan, IN 47882 

Hill. Thomas C 
(161 Rcdhih Dl 
Decuur, 11.62521 

Hilscnhofl. Dawn M p 19( 
266 N Vine 
Manteno. IL 60950 

Hilton. Jeffrey R. 
162 Tet'rault 
Bourbonnais. 11.60914 

Hindmand.Juhe A p 19( 
201 W Tydeman 
Roxana. II. 62081 

Hines. Becky L. 
2705 W. 57th Place 
Metnllvillc. IN 46410 



Hines. Libby R p 40. 201 
2705 West 57th Place 
Mcmllvtlle. IN 46410 



Hinkle, Robbie p. 235 
RR 2. Larson Road 
Sycamore. IL 60178 

Hintz. Dawn D 

RR1 

Monticello. 1A 52(10 

Hise. Rebecca L p. 183 
9322 N Timber Terr 
Peoria. IL 61615 



HissomJr.B Rolf p 96. 119. 201 

RR7 Box 114E 

S Charleston. WV 25(09 



Hissom. Earl G 
1660 S Jefferson 
Defiance. OH 4(512 



Hockcrman. Gregory IL p. 193 
626 N. Garfield Ave 
Janesville. WI 5(545 



Hodge. Jon Calvin p 114. 115 
400 Roberts St 
Mt Zion. IL 62549 

Hodge, Teresa M p 51, 110, 111. 112, 184, 

239 

702 Washington St 

Edgerton. WI 5(534 

Hodge. Wanda Sue p. 193 

2)2 Warren Dr 

San Francisco, CA 94131 

Hoekstra. Robert L, 
RR 1 Box 101 
Giant Park. IL 60940 

Hofer. Mehnda S. p. 193 

RR 2 

Spencer. IN 47460 



Holland, Rebecca R p 184 
4948 Tracy Dr 
HaltomCity. TX 76117 

Holman, Karen A p 19( 
RR 1. Box 52 
Lockport. 11.60441 

Holmquisr. Carol S p 184 
R 1 Box 155 
Darwin. MN 55(24 

Holmquisr, Diana Ruth p. 88, 161, 201 
R I Box 155 
Darwin, MN 55(24 

Holt. Dorian E. 
30) E Gtand #\ 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Holt. James 
Rt 2. Box 209 
Laurel. IN 47024 

Holt, John M 
30(E Grand#( 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Hood. Deborah A p 239 

9414 Victoria Drive 

Upper Marlboro. MD 20870 

Hooker, Lisa M p 46 
510 W QuincySt 
Griggsvillc. IL 62340 

Hoose. Tami A. 
Box 946 ONC 
Kankakee. MI 60901 

Hooter, Judith 1 
18205 California Ave 
Homewood, IL 60430 

Hoover. Karhleen Sue p 201 

R 1 

Sterling. IL 61081 

Hopkins. Gina G 
1875 E. Cedar 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Hopkins. Harriet 
697 Oak Run 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Hopkins. Mark R 
697 Oak Run 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Horner. Darla K p 201 
RR 1 Box 37 
Fountain City. IN 47)41 

Horner, Vernon 
RR 1 Box 37 
Fountain City, IN 47)41 

Horton. Amelia A 

284 Bradley Dr. 

Chicago Heighrs. IL 60411 

Horton. Barbara p. 184 
615' .-N. Indiana 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Huck. Michelle C p 81 
11 30-1 S Nashville Av 
Worth. 11. 60482 

Hueber, Brenda p 181 
6.116 Winnebago Court 
Fr Wayne. IN 46815 

Hugger. David 1. 

700 W Brompton Place 

Chicago. IL 60657 

Humbles, Marion S p 193 

RR4Box 2 

New Castle. IN 47362 



Humenckhouse. Steven p. 184 
417 Emerson 
Fortville, IN 46040 



Humphrey, Deborah I. 
587 E. Eagle 
Kankakee. 11.60901 



Humphreys. Susan L. p. 193. 237 
748 Washington Ave 
Washington CH. OH 4(160 

Hunsberger, Cynthia J p 193 
59527 Clover Road 
Mishawaka. IN 46544 

Hunt. Andrew L p. 46. 88, 89, 92 
1401 Sherwood Dr 
Lafayette, IN 47905 

Hunt. Dale Ervin 
700 W Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Hunt, Mary Alice 
700 W, Brompton PI 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Hunte, Kathenne D 
RR 2 Box 55 
Momence, IL 60954 

Hunter. Robert E. 
18048 Hoover 
Detroit. Ml 48205 

Hurhman. Joyce K 

RR 1 

Mammon, IL 60951 

Hursh.John D p 17, 184, 235 
Route 2 
Auburn, IN 46706 

Hussong, Kunberly Ann 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Huston, Colleen A 

RR3 

Rushville. IL 62681 

Huston. Linda S. 

RR 1 

Lafontaine, IN 46940 

Hutchison. Rose 

RR3 

Danville, IL 61832 



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n 



Ice, Michael 
Rt 2. Box 251 
Anna. IL 62906 



Ingersoll, Pamela K p 40. 45, 90, 201 

PO Box 54 

Williams Bay. WI 5)191 



Ingram, Deanna p 19) 
)0) N Harvey St. 
Griffith. IN 46319 



Inzarry.Joan S. 
2046 N California 
Chicago, IL 60647 

Irons. Walrer I p 201 
1425 Beach Rd. 
Waukegan. IL 60085 

Irwin, Margarer 
8566Brophy Rd 
Howell, MI 48443 



Isaacs, Rurh A. 
2)7 Esther Circle 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Jackson, Alphonso p. 1)0 
1294 NW 101 St. 
Miami. FL 3.(197 

Jackson, David E 
RR 2, Box 349 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Jackson, Kevin 

700 W Brompron PI. 

Chicago. I L 60657 

Jackson, Kimberly Ann 
2541 Willowdale Rd 
Portage, IN 46368 

Jackson, Patsy E. p. 237 
1)98 W. Walnut 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Jackson, Scott L. 
3920 Rock Springs Rd 
Decatur, IL 62521 



Jacob, Thomas! 
350 Villabrook»2 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Jenkins, Gregory p. 96 
915 Marion Lane 
Ottawa. IL 61)50 

Jennings, Janet K. p. 201 

RR4 

Olney.lL 62450 

Jennings. Mark Randall p. 201 
RR 1 Box 69 
Selma. IN 47383 

Jensen. Daniel 
295 E. 7th 
Clifton, IL 60927 

Jensen, DonnaJ p. 201 
176 Derby Ln. 
Orland Park, IL 60462 



Jensen, Ralph A 
320 N Maple 
Herscher, IL 60941 



Jensen, Vickie 
RR6Box H E29 
St. Anne. IL 60964 

Johnson, Connie R 
R 1 Box 1393) 
Momence, IL 60954 

Johnson, Constance S. 
1 )725 Potawatomi Tra. 
Lockport. IL 60441 

Johnson. Danerte L. p. 19) 

22507 State St. 

Chicago Heights. IL 60411 

Johnson, Denise A. p. 17 

22507 State St. 

Chicago Heights, IL 60411 

Johnson, Gweldon L p 184 
RR#lBoxl81 
Manville, IL61))9 

Johnson, James R p 184 
285 E. Grand Ave. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Johnson, Janer L 

RR 2 Box 314 

Richland Center, WI 53581 

Johnson. Judy K. p. 184, 237 
300 S. Mississippi 
Morton, IL 61550 

Johnson, Kim A. p. 193 
RR 3 Box 1155 
Crete. IL 60417 



Johnson, Mark L. p. 185 
RRl,Boxl81 
Manville, IL 613)9 



Johnson, Mark S 

RR 2 Box 154 

New Castle. IN 47362 



Johnson. Maisha A. p 185 
285 E. Gtand Ave Hfe 
Boulbonnais, IL 60914 



Hoffert. Denise S. p 235 

506 E Buigess St 

Mt Vcmon. OH 43050 



Horton. Cindy D p 206 
23 Sarah Ave 
Springfield. IL 62703 



Hutson. James H 
1117MalibuDr. 
Marietta. GA 30062 



Jacobs, Ellen K p. 184 
6095 Hillsboro Rd 
Davisburg. MI 48019 



Johnson. Mary Lynn p. 185. 237 
17029 Sycamore 
Oak Forest. IL 60452 



Hoffert. Marvin L. p. 89 

506 E. Burgess Sr. 

Mount Vernon, OH 43050 



Horton. David W p 89 
3211 N. Shoreview Dr. 
Port Huron. Ml 48060 



Hurson, Kelly L p. 184 
1117MalibuDr. 
Manerta. GA )0066 



Jametson, Cheryl 
360 Stadium Apt. 8 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Johnson. Michael L 
301 S Locust 
Onarga. I L 60955 



Hofstta, Mark 
62 Jordan 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Horton. Paul D p 149. 201 
23 Sarah 
Springfield, IL 62703 



Hutson. Linda 
437 E. Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



James. Diana L p. 201 
11329 Peacock Dr 
Indianapolis, IN 46236 



Johnson. Otis L..Jr 
583 S Third 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Hofstta. Michele L. p. 201 
12312 S. 72nd Court 
Palos Heights. IL 6046) 



Hoskms. Carol p 201 
1815 15th St. 
Bedford. IN 47421 



Hurson, Margo L. p. 86. 90. 19) 
447 Bresee Ave Apt. 4 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



James, Tern L. p. 184 
3065 Covert Road 
Flint, MI 48506 



Johnson, Paul Nathan 
222 W. Vermontville H 
Potterville. MI 48876 



306 /index 



lohnson. Raymond W p 102 
1 104 Eastgate Pkwy 
Rockfotd.IL 61108 



Jordan. Debta L 
1500 Barbour Ave. 
Terre Haute. IN 47804 



Ken. Kerry D p 202 
10818 PingreeRd 
Elwell, Ml 48812 



Kissick, Cindy p. 191 

RR 2 

Hagerstown, IN 47146 



Koreskey. Janice L. p. 86, 90, 185 
1195 Plum Creek Dr. 
Bourbonnais.il. 60914 



Johnson. Richard D 
Box 115 
Triumph. IL 61371 



June. PaulaJ p 191 
RR 1. Box 249 
Spencer. IN 47460 



Kezele.Janinep 185 206 
15945 Ladaire Avejl 
Oak Forest, II. 60452 



Kisi, Kathy p. 1H5 
1 19 Vance l.ane 
Danville. 11.61812 



Kotval, A. Kay 
406 E. Grand 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 



Johnson. Rosa B 

Rt 6 Box 135 

St Anne. IL 60964 



Johnson, Ruth E 
17029 Sycamote 
Oak Forest. IL 60452 



Johnson. SataJ 

718 W Washington St 

Paris, IL 61944 



Johnson. Scott Wayne p 201 
8345 Polk Rd 
Sumnet, Ml 48889 

Johnson, Stephen R p 185 

RR 6 Box 267 

New Castle. IN 47362 

Johnson, Thurston L. p. 193 
Rt 1 Box 45 
Losantville. IN 47354 

Johnson. Timothy B. 
131 E Eureka Box 728 
Braidwood. IL 60408 

Johnson. William D. 
6655 Hubbard Ln. 
Tinley Park. IL 60477 

Johnston. Cafl C 

72 N Oak St. Apt. 2-S 

Manteno. IL 60950 

Jones. Andrea Lynn 
287 East Grand Apt. 2 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Jones, Birdia C p. 193 
1205 Burr Ridge Club 
Burr Ridge. IL 60521 



Jones. Deborah K 
RR 4 Box 243 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Jones. Janice M. 

511 W. Van Buren St. 

Columbia City. IN 46725 

Jones. Jim W. 
P.O. Box 1024 
ONC 

Jones. Kelly S. p. 201 

3666 Oto Granda 

Lk Havasu City. AZ 46403 

Jones, Kim Dianne p 201 
1100 Martin 
McAllen, TX 78501 

Jones, Lester L. p. 185, 234 
Box 1025 
ONC 60901 

Jones. Linda C. 

700 W Brompton Place 

Chicago, I L 60657 

Jones, Linda S. 
270 Stadium Dr. #4 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Jones, Naomi Marie p. 193 
163 N. Rosewood Apt. D. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Jones, Roger B. 
507 N. Forest Apt 3 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Jones. Russell D. 
840Cedarhill Dr 
Cincinnati. OH 45240 



Junge, Gail A 
910Glendale Rd 
Glenview. IL 60025 



Justin, Kenneth 
2370 S Van Dyke 
Bad Axe, MI 48411 



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Karl, Douglas G p. 88. 92, 151 
290 Lisa Dr 
Decatur. IL 62526 

Kartick, Gregory L. p. 24 
1003 Autumn Meadows 
Westerville. OH 43081 

Kearns. Mernlee p 193 
1132 N. Groff Ave 
Indianapolis, IN 46222 

Keeling, Nora p. 40. 90, 201 

RR6Box6 

Danville. IN 46122 

Kceton. Brenda p. 86. 90. 238 
582 Wildwood Bch 
Quincy, MI 49082 

Keffer, Barbara p. 86, 87, 90, 91, 235 
641 Brahier Lane 
Maumee, OH 43537 

Keffer, Laurel J. p. 86. 90, 193 
641 Brahier, LnN. 
Maumee, OH 43537 

Kegley, Julia A p. 201 
215 Mulberry St. 
Cambridge City. IN 47327 

Keller. Jacquelyn P. 
221 Keighet Dr 
Manteno, IL 60950 

Keller. Mark D. 

270 N. Stadium Apt. 1 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Keller, Patricia L. 
139Tomagene Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Kellerman. Cynthia K. p 185, 235 
1905 21st Ave. 
Stetling. IL 61081 

Kellerman, Timothy P. p. 88, 201 
1905 21st Ave 
Sterling, IL 61081 

Kellogg, Richatd H 
334 N.Lake St. 
Amherst, OH 44001 



Kelnhofet, James M. p 96. 148 
306 N. Axtel 
Milfotd, IL 60953 



Kendall, OrinJ 

Box 285 

Aroma Patk. IL 60910 

Kenser, Brad E. p. 96, 148 

RR2 

Lewistown, IL 61542 



Kidd, KathyJ p 191 
2514 Elmwood St. 
Port Huron. MI 48060 

Kidd. Mary A. 
568 Evergreen Lane 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Kiefet, Katen S p. 185 

3427 Deltay Dr. 

Ft. Wayne, IN 46815 

Killion, Jeffrey R. p. 5,96, 193 
234 N American St 
Paxton.IL 60957 

Kimball. Matk A R p. 239 
202 N Hudson 
Lowell. MI 49111 

Kimmons, Susan p. 191 
HOW Madison St. 
Athens, IL 62613 

Kincaid, Deborah A 
287 E. Grand #1 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Kincaid, James E. p. 237 
287 E. Grand Apt. 1 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Kindle, Naomi S. 
607 Elm St 
Montpeliet, IN 47359 

King, Bobbi L 
7532 21 Ave 
Kenosha, WI 53140 

King, Brian D. 

RR 1 

Piper City, IL 60959 

King, Carole J. p. 46. 88. 89, 213, 239 
3409 Hackney Dr 
Kettering, OH 45420 

King, Donley L. p. 185 
401 E Grand Dr 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

King, Kimberlyp. 185 

Box 218 

New Harmony, IN 47631 

King, Mary E. p. 237 
312 S Pearl St. 
Spencerville. OH 45887 

King, Pamela A. p 185 
1199 E. Main 
Mancelona, MI 49659 

King. Robert E. p. 40 
Rt 1 Box 3363 
Spooner, WI 54801 

King, Sarah A. p. 193 
312 S. Pearl St. 
Spencerville, OH 45887 

Kinnersley, Renee L. p. 40, 202 
342 Whitney Ave 
Kewanee, IL 61443 

Kinney, Christy C. 
1133 N Jackson 
Danville. IL 61832 

Kinney, Sheila M. p. 193 
1133 N Jackson St 
Danville. IL 61832 

Kitby. Bryan S p. 185 

RRl 

Dennison, IL 62421 



Kizzce. Phillip p. 88, 191 
1615 Mozart Dr. 
Westlake. OH 44145 

Kledzik.C.arrollJ. 
180 W. Dulles Rd 
Des Planes, IL 60016 

Klein. Douglas A. p. 86, 90, 91 

P.O. Box 15 

University Park, 1A 52595 

Klein, Grace L. 
494 S Myrtle Ave 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Kling, Ronald L. 
26464 Hamilton St. 
Edwardsburg, Ml 49112 

Klinger, Everett 
RR2, Box 118 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Klock, Steven A p 2, 117, 193 
10787 Jackman Rd 
Temperance, MI 48182 

Knake.Judy Elaine 
Rt 2 Box 220 
Milford, IL 60951 

Knappjr , Robert S 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Knapp, Mary A. p. 202. 217 
12014 Algiers Dr 
Cincinnati. OH 45246 



Knapp, Roxanne 
700 W. Brompton PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Knieper, TeresaJ. p. 202 
4025Townsend Rd 
Morgan, IN 46151 



Knight.JamiL.p 81, 19.1 
2955 E. Buck Run Dr 
Mation, IN 46952 

Knox, Rhonda L p. 17, 185. 206 
6915 Silverheels Cou 
Security. CO 80809 

Knox, Susan G p 193 
P.O. Box 104 
Gays. IL 61928 

Koch, Galen R p. 202 
4O60Clarkland Dr 
Allison Park, PA 15101 

Koch, Kathy Kay p 194 
145 Peach St. 
Chebanse, IL 60922 

Koch, Robert H p 194 
4060 Clarkland Dr 
Alison Park. PA 15101 

Koehn, Kelly D. 
313 W.Crawford Ave 
Peotone, IL 60468 

Koerner, Sandra 

Box 11 

Caber, IL 60919 

Kohlhoff, Janice K. 
941 E. Isabella Rd 
Midland. MI 48640 

Kolberg, Anne I 
902 Surrey Road 
Monticello, IL 61856 



Krahulec. Michael Dp. 185 
8132 S. 82nd Ct. 
Justice. II. 60458 

Ktanich, Lois E. p. 40, 45, 90 
1511 Shawnee 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Kresrel, Parricia L. p. 185. 191 
11661 S. Keeler Ave 
Alsip. IL 60658 

Krieger. Tammy 
RR3. 9911 BryieRd. 
Churubusco, IN 46723 

Kring, DawnJ. p. 185 
2914Sheffer 
Lansing, Ml 48917 

Kring, Elizabeth A. 
Olivet Naz Coll Bx 1 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Knng.Jonathan E p. 102, 104, 235 

Box 100 

ONC 



Krizan, Debra Ann 
253'/i W. Court 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Kroll, Renee Carol 
490-B Commons Blvd. 
Jackson. MI 49201 

Kruszynski, Mark A. p. 225 
396'/2 Olivet St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Kuehne, Evelyn Catherine 
700 W Brompton PL 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Kuhn. Rachel L. p. 220 
Box 519 
Demotte, IN 46310 



Kundrat, Karen p. 120, 121, 122, 185 
10230 Hart Hwy 
Dimondale, MI 48821 



Kyrouac, Dale M. 

RRl 

Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



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La Gesee. Scott 
182 W Ray 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Lacy, Penny S. p. 202 
5995 S. Brown Rd. 
Croswell, MI 48422 



Laduke, Kimberly p. 194 
2021 13th St. 
Bedford, IN 47421 



Lamkin, David 
940 Virgil Dr. 
Gas City, IN 46933 

Landwehr, Dawn p 84 
Box 277 
Mattoon, WI 54450 



Jones. Terry L. p. 185 
RR 1. Box 94 
Momence, IL 60954 



Kenser, Jeffery G. p. 111. 112 

RR2 

Lewistown. IL 61542 



Kirby.JamesG.p. 236, 237 
401 E Grand 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Kolmer, Susan E. 
443 E. Grand Apt. 12 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Langford. C. Elizabeth 
3207 Williams Dr. 
Kokomo, IN 46901 



Jones, Waltet W p 201 
RR 1 Box 94 
Momence, IL 60954 



Kermmoade, Mary C. 
700 W. Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Kirby, Valerie p. 40, 202 
3147 Westview Dr. 
Xenia, OH 45385 



Kon, DonnaJ 
4938 Oak Ave 
Hammond, IN 46327 



Lanham, Randy Dale 
2410 W. 78th Ave. 
Metrillville, IN 46410 



Jones, William C. 
2425 Cheswick 
Troy, MI 48084 



Kermmoade, Ricky E. 
700 W Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Kitkpattick, George p. 96, 185 
RR 4 Box 217 
Veedersburg, IN 47987 



Kondourajian, Rhoda p. 202 
180 Pfitzer Dr. 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Lape, Cheryl A. p. 194 
7215CathetineSt. 
Mernllville, IN 46410 



Jordahl. Margojannett 
700 W Brompton PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 



Kern. Randall N. 
RR 1, Box 242B 
Clarion, PA 16214 



Kirkpatnck. Kimberly p. 88, 202 
986 Ogan Ave. 
Huntington, IN 46750 



Koopmans, Deletes Ann 
Rt. 6 Box 87 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Lape, Dwayne Allen 
7215 Catherine St. 
Mernllville, IN 46410 



Index / 307 



Lapc.JelTrcy p 202 
RR2 
Shclbyville.lL 62565 

Lanmorc. Teresa Ann p IKS 
KK ) Box 72 
Milford, II 60953 

Urkms, Christy K p 20.' 
120»Gcrtsjm 
Bradley, 11.60915 

Larsen, Turid I. 
5520N Mulligan 
( hicago.IL 60630 

Latson. Eric W. p. 102. 202 
Oik Grove Ave 
Sterling, IL6I08I 

Lashley, Lauren K. 
14)9 Club Dr. 

Mr Vernon. OH 45050 

Lashley, Richard Allen p. 96, 202 
3226 Rice Cr. 
Lansing. Ml 48910 

Latham. AngclaJ. p. 80, 194, 259 

RRl 

Cor)'. IN 47846 

Latham. Linda 
612Juniper 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Latham. Michael 
462 South Main 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Latimer. Phyllis 
168 S. Greenwood 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Lavoie. Denise 
Rt. 2 Box 326 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Lawes, Jeffrey 
6215 Streamwood 
Matteson. IL 60443 

Laws, Christine p. 194 
315 W. South St. 
Grand Ledge. MI 48837 

Lawson. Robert p. 194 
1018 E. 7th St. 
Beardstown. IL 62618 



Laymon. Douglas p. 23, 48, 185 

RRl 

Moweaqua. IL 62550 



Leach, Marvena p. 194 
5377 W. Grand Blanc 
Swartz Creek. MI 48473 

League. Paul Daniel 

3 Mary Ann Dr. 

Fairview Heights. IL 62208 

Leamon. Kevin A. p. 86, 90. 194 
5506 Indiana Ave. 
Fort Wayne. IN 46807 

Leatherman, Mary Berh 
Box 623 
Milan. IL 61264 

Leatherman, ReneeJ. p. 202 
7621 Hermitage PI. 
Ft. Wayne. IN 46815 

Leathers, DebbieJ. 
RR 2 Box 340 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Ledbetter, Cathy A. 
710 W. Second St. 
Dixon. IL 61021 



Lee. Cynthia Anne p. 185 
127 N. Convent St. #3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Lee. DeborahJ p. 185 
646 Periwinkle Turn 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Lee. Jeffrey H. p. 40, 117 
1060 Kieswetter St. 
Holland, OH 43528 

Lee.Jonie E. p. 202 

RR8 

Columbus. IN 47201 

Lee. Karl W. 
624 N. Second 
Canton. IL 61520 



lee, R Kevin p 1X5 
1060Kieswcttei 
Holland. OH 43528 

Leedham, Srewarr J 
53 East Ave. S Apt 2 
Hamilton. Ontario 

Leeney. EdmondJ 
1605 Oriole Drive 
Munstet. IN 46121 

Leigh, Russell T. p. 113 

Box 45 

F. Lynn. II. 60932 

Leitzman, Michclc 1. 
4430 Trier Rd. 

Ft. Wayne, IN46H15 

Lemmcrt, Laura Lynn 
9 South 600 Napier Bl. 
Napervillc.il. 60540 

Lemmcrt, Marshall A 
9S.600Napcr Blvd. 
Napcrvillc, IL 60540 

Lcnkcr, Srcphcn 
3517 W. 78th Ave. 
Mernllville, IN 46410 



Lerfald, Tern Anne p. 202 
UOS.JolietSt. 
Wilmington. IL 60481 

Lesch. Gina K. 

R 3. Box 374 

St. Anne. IL 60964 



Leston, James G. p. 86. 90, 91 
413 S.Highland 
Lombard, IL 60148 



Leston. Tom Kurt p. 102. 202. 316. 318 
413 S. Highland 
Lombard. IL 60148 



Letterly, Nancy Lee 
850 E. Division St. 
Coal City, IL 60416 

Levander, MarolynJ. 
520 Northview Lane 
Hoffman Estates, IL 60195 

Lewis, Gail J. 
575 E. Chestnut #8 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Lewis, Jesse 

216 Crest Ln. #208 

Kankakee, IL 60901 

Lewis, Joy Alicia p. 102 
1406 W 112th PI. 
Chicago. IL 60643 

Lewis, Robert W. p. 202 
85 W Seymour Lake Rd 
Ortonvrlle, MI 48462 

Lewis. Timothy C. 

Rt 4 

Vicksburg. MI 49097 

Lillie. Marshall S. 
417 Bresee 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Lindley. Debra K. 
RR4. Box 366 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Lindsey. LynellJ p. 202 

134 W. 29th Place 

S. Chicago Heights. IL 60411 

Lithetland, Julie A 
700 W. Brompton PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Lo. Helen K Y. 
258 Spencer Court 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Lobb, Christopher M. p. 202. 206 
870 Woodbine Ave. 
Cincinnati, OH 45246 

Locke. Barry A. p. 194, 239 
5409 23rd St. Ct. W 
Bradenton. FL 33507 

Locke, Kenneth Catlton 
700 W. Brompton PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Locke, Teresa Ilene 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago. IL 60657 



l.oew. Kay D. p. 17. 1H5 
1838 Nicole I 11 
Littonia. GA MXI5H 

Logan. Paul Eugene 
700 W. Btompton PI 
Chicago. 11.60657 

Long, Greg Joseph p 202 

RR I Box 171 
Williamsburg. IN 47393 

Long. Sandra D. p. 194 
972 N. Lesley 
Indianapolis. IN 46219 



Longtin. Janet Marie 

RR#.' 

Ashkum, 11.60911 



Lorimcr. Thomas [I 
P.O. Box 98 
Kcmpron, 11.60946 

Love. Janice S. 

22 W. 155 Buena Vista 

Glen Ellyn, IL 601 37 

Lovell.Juanita H. p. 194 
220 West 5 
Momence. IL 60954 

Lovell. Raymond p. 202 
220 W, 5th St. 
Momence. IL 60954 

Lovell, Sharyl A. p. 194 
220 West 5 
Momence, IL 60954 



Lovett, Steven C. p. 92, 191 
2105 Valentine Dr. 
Pekin.IL 61554 



Lucas. Carol A. 

403 Grand Ave. Apt. 4 

Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Lucas, Jerel D. 
RR 2 Box 159 
Nashville, IN 47448 



Ludwig, Karen S. p. 194 
1N521 River Dr. 
Glen Ellyn. IL 601 37 

Ludwig, Marcia K 
459'/; Forest Av. 
Bradley, IL60915 

Luedtke.Jane E. 
RR 2 Box 192 
Momence. IL 60954 



Lundstrom, Cynthia E. 
R 31, Lundsttom Lane 
Dundee. IL 601 18 



Luttrell, William T. 
3223 Norwich Rd 
Lansing. MI 48910 



Lyke. Rebecca L. p. 22. 80. 202 
3049 Lakeview Blvd. 
Monroe. MI 48161 



Lyle, Stephen B. p. 185 
6 Churchill Dr. 
Elkhart. IN 46514 



Lyman, Terence 

Bx 1181 Olivet NazC. 

Kankakee, IL 60901 



Lyons, Christine S. 
568 Park Avenue 
Whitefish, MT 59937 



HE 



Mace. Byron 
2104 Elva Dr. 
Kokomo, IN 46901 

MacQueen. Alan p. 185 
821 Hickory Hills Dr. 
Lakeland. FL 20023 

Maddack. Donald J. p. 194 
7751 Dakota St. 
Mernllville. IN 46410 



Mjdda, k, I crr\ 
6148 Virginia Si 
Mcmllvillc. IN 464111 



Maddrell. Bethany Sue p. 202 
)20CedarwOod 

Flushing, Ml 48433 

Maddnll.Jane Marie p, 202 
108 N. Irwin 
Indianapolis. IN 46219 

Maher. Mary E, p 104 
RR 2 Box 367 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Mahon, Steven A. p. 202 
RR 2, Box 288 
Dluffton. IN 46714 



Maland. Susan M 
385 S. Kankakee St. 
Coal City, 11,60416 

Malinowski, Sharon M. p. 202 
4120 Devonshire 
Trenton. Ml 48183 

Malliett, Brian C. 
Logistics Base 
Albany. GA 31704 

Malliett. Dawn Mane p. 202 

607 Park St 

Combined Locks. WI 54113 

Malonc. David C. 

901 Third St. 

East Alton. IL 62024 

Malonc, Michael David p. 49. 80. 115.202 
RR 1 Box 632 A 
East Alton, IL 62024 

Manessier. Bryon p. 86, 90, 185 
2388 Beverly PL 
Columbus, OH 43209 

Mangclsdorf. Patricia p. 202 
760 Hazel Valley Dr. 
Hazelwood, MO 63042 

Manker. Patricia Ann 
295 ',-• W. 5th 
Manteno, IL 60950 

Manning, Lisa K. p. 234 
2535 Consaul Road 
Schenectady. NY 12304 

Manvillc. David Lee 
1155 Jackson St. 
Dansvillc. MI 48819 

Manville, Linda S. p. 30, 31. 130. 235 
1155 S.Jackson St. 
Dansvillc. MI 48819 

Manville, Michael B. p. 96 
1155 S.Jackson St. 
Dansville, MI 48819 

Manzella.Jean Marie 
700 W. Brompron PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Manzella, Larry Robert 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Marks, Griffith E. p. 194 
24 Lynch St. Apt. 7 
Elgin, IL 60120 

Maroon. Brian Keith p. 202 
693 Walnut Ave. 
Neogo.IL 62447 

Marsh. David W. p. 96 
860 Wood Bine Ave. 
Glendale. OH 45246 

Marshall. BrendaJ. p. 122, 194 
42224 Parksidc Circle 
Sterling Hts., Ml 48078 

Martens. Lynda L. p. 194 
600 E. Taft Ave. 
Appleton. WI 54911 

Martin, Brian p. 202 
7914 Brennan Rd. 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 

Martin, Jann L. p. 84 
120 N. Concord Dr. 
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 

Martin, Patrick p. 110, 112 
323 North Cleveland 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Martinson. Christine p 46. 191 

Route 1 

Manbel. WI 51227 

Martsoll, Mark Wayne 
700 W. Brompron PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Mash. Mark L, p 194 
686 Saxony Dr. 
Xcnia. OH 45(85 

Mason, Greg 
Rr. 1 Box 6 

Minong. WI 54859 

Massengale, Ragina I 
P.O. Box 1205ONC 
Kankakee, 11.60901 



Mathis. Julia L. 
RR 4 Box 81 

Nashville. IN 47+18 

Matson, Henry Donald p. 194 
1241 Edgewood Ave 
licnsenvillc. IL 60106 



Matthews. K. Samuel 
1204 Todd Lane 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Matrox, Wayne D. p. 96. 202 
280 Alder Dr 
Pittsburgh, PA 15202 

Maurer, James H 
140 Big Chief Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Maurer. Lily H. p. 88, 185 
RR 2, 3560 W, Folsom 
Eau Claire. WI 54701 



May. Denise D. 
324 Union St. 
Batavia, IL 60510 



Mayer. Larry Wayne 
1078 Pheasant Dr. 
Bradley. IL 60915 



Maywearhcr. Michael W 
340 N. Stadium Dr. Apt. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



McAvoy. Cynthia Lou p. 120, 122, 202 

115TaraCt. 

Shepherd. MI 48883 

McBarnes, Cynthia L. 
633 South Elm 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



McBetts, Venice Dp 194 

RR 5. Box 96 

St. Anne. IL 60964 

McCann. Thomas W, p. 96 
9 South Gtant St 
Milford. IL 60953 

McCarthy. Valerie I . 
1119 S. Curtis Apt. F 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

McClellan. Denise R. p. 194 
28726 Schwalm Dr 
Elkhart, IN 46514 

McClung, Barbara D. 
1345 Fenway Ct 
Centervillc. OH 45459 

McClung. Sara Wynn p. 24, 110, 111, 202, 

235 

15 W. College Sr. 

Fredencktown. OH 43019 

McClure, CarolcJ. p. 194 
1529 N, Belmont Ave. 
Arlington Hts., IL 60004 

McComb. Ellen 
445 E. Grand Apr 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



McComb. Harold 
445 E. Grand Apr. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



McCormick.Jana L 
4329 N. Westlakc Ln. 
Peoria. IL 61614 

McCoy. Beth Ann p. 81, 185 
32361 Scenic Lane 
Franklin. MI 48025 



308 / Index 



McCoy. Colleen R 
2}16 Maple Grove I 



McRobertsJan I: 

RR 1 Box 169A 
North Salem. IN 46165 



Millet. Debra R p. 86,90, 205 

488 S Prauie Srarnc 
Bradley, IL 6091 5 



Moote, Barbara Lynn 
565 John Case) ( i 
Bourbonnais. Il.rvwi 1 



Murphy. Catherines 
21 5 Speni it 1 1 
Bourbonnais, II 6fWI i 



McCoy, JeaneenJ. p. 202 
2316 Maple Grove 
Ramie Wl S5404 



McCoy. Jill Renee p. 40. 104. 
52561 Scenic Lane 
Ftankhn. MI480JS 



McRoberts. l.oli A p 86. 'XI 
97 Bosstick Ave. 
Danville. IN 46122 



McSwain, Mardee C p 24. 194 
1654 Obata Ct 
Carmel, IN 46052 



Miller. Diane K P 86.90 
10169 N.l.oomisRd. 
Clare. Ml 48617 

Miller. KarenJ p. I'M 
Rt 1 Box 6 
Minong, Wl 54859 



Moofe.Daliiul.il) 
5447 Christy Way 
Saginaw, Ml 48605 

Moore, Leslie (. 
I9.W Michigian Cit) 
Calumet City. IL 60409 



Murphy, Daniel I. 
.'1 5 Spencer c i 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 



Murphy, Deborah Lyn 

RR I Box w, 

Richland Center, Wl 55581 



McCoy. Patticia A 

3419 2nd Ave 

Council Bluffs. 1A 51501 

McCullough. Kevin 1. 
220 Graceland Lane 
Frankfon.lL 60466 

McDavid. Kevin D 
Woodlawn Trlr Pk Lr 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

McDonald, Cynthia E 
196 S Douglas 
Bradley. IL 60915 

McDonald. Daniel E p. 239 
196 S. Douglas 
Bradley. IL 60915 

McDougall, Laurie Ann p. 202 
375 Sycamore Dr 
Frankfort, IL 60425 

McDowell. James W 
700 W Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

McDowell, Thomas 
700 W Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

McDuffee, Rick A p 6, 96, 100 
RR8Box 277 B-l 

Indianapolis, IN 46234 

McElroy. William R. p. 8.96. 132 
2270 S. Mill Iron Rd. 
Muskegon. Ml 49442 

McElwain. Ramona L. p. 194 

22 S. Barker St. 

New Buffalo, MI 49117 

McFalls.ToddD. p. 102.202 
716 W. 70th PL 
Mcrrillville, IN 46410 

McFeeley, Daniel G 
340 Stadium Dr. Ap8 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

McGarey, Darlene G p. 194. 206 
707 Burkesville Rd. 
Albany, KY 42602 

McGarey, Jeannie E p. 186 

RR5 

Frankfort. IN 46041 

McGill. TamataJ. p. 46, 88, 89. 234 
405 Lewis Ave 
Thonorosasassa, FL 33592 

McGregor, Amyjo 
1879 Sanilac Rd 
Bay City, MI 48706 

McGuire, Timothy W p 148 
56V, Big Pine Dr. 
Ypsilanti. Ml 48197 

Mcintosh, Michael E. 
Box 1229 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

McKinley, Doug Lloyd p. 202 

RR#l.Box27 

De Motte, IN 46310 

McKnight. Bonnie L p 107, 122 
206 S, Park 
Wesrmont. IL 60559 

McLane. Connie Sue 
95 Harvest Dr. 
Lafayette. IN 47905 



McSwain, Michael L. p 
2945 Stanwin Place 
Cincinnati, OH 45241 



Meadows, Dean M. p. 25. 88, 
12505 W. 4 Mile Rd 
Plainwcll. Ml 49080 



Mechling, Ronald A 
4661 Willow Brook 
Decatur. IL 62521 



Meents. Laura L. 
921 South 4th Ave. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Meilleur. Manlee 
BOx 1255 
ONC 

Meinecke. Charles W. 
181 N. Douglas 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Meinecke. Glen E. p. 88. 186 
229 Mohawk Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Meissner, Linda Lee p. 202 
17260 Windmere Rd 
Brookfield, Wl 53005 

Meissner, Pamela A p 186 
17260 Windemere Rd 
Brookfield, Wl 53005 

Melgaard. Karen L p. 106, 107. I'M 
177 E Forest Ln. 
Palatine, IL 60067 

Mellish, Fred J. p 88. 194 
421 Cumings Ct 
Sparta, MI 49345 

Melton, Lynda Lee p. 202 
Rt Box 1215 
Spooner, Wl 54801 

Memmer, Norman p 202 

Box 34 

Mackey, IN 47654 

Meredirh, Steven 
970 W. Church Lane 
Bloomington, IN 47401 

Merrell, Elizabeth E 
4201 Woodland Dr. Naz 
Howell. MI 48843 

Merrnt. Mark O. p. 186 

RR 5 

Greenfield. OH 45125 

Meyer, Donald W, p. 92, 129, 186 
5020Cloverbrook Dr 
Fort Wayne, IN 46806 

Meyer, MarciaJ p. 110. Ill, 194 

Rtl,Box571 

Bonfield, IL60913 

Midgette, Tamara Ann p. 202 
56 Midway Lane 
Eatontown, NJ 07724 

Midgley, Maurice E- p. 194 
5279 E Atherton Rd 
Burton. MI 48519 

Mihay, Beth A. p. 19. 49, 1 10, 1 1 1 
R 14 Box 244 
Columbus, IN 47201 

Miles, Marsha R. p. 86, 87, 90, 91. 186, 194 

RR2 

Greenville, IL 62246 



Miller. Karen I. p I'M. 217 
674 Avon Rd. 
Plainfield. IN 46168 

Miller. Rodney 
405 Grand #5 
Bourbonnais, II, 60914 

Miller. Sharon p. 201 
6409 Mulberry Ave 
Portage. IN 46368 

Millhuff. Pamela Gp I'M 
6501 Victotia Dt. 
Oak Foresr, IL 60452 

Millikan. Dwighr D p 255 

Box 1 287 

ONC 

Millington. Kenneth L p. 205 
1456 Salamonie Ave. 
Huntington. IN 46750 

Mills, Donald Eugene 
700 W Brompron PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Mills. Rebecca S p. 205 
9 E. 36th Place 
Hoban. IN 46342 

Miracle. Marva A p 107. 121.12 
505 Southline Dr 
Lebanon. OH 45036 

Mitchell. Jeffrey Alan 
217 N Ash St. 
Momence, IL 69054 

Mitchell, Julie A. 

215 Elm St 

White Pigeon, MI 49091) 

Mitchell, Kimberly K. p. 16. 186 
ParkCiryS.#53 
Bloomingron, IL 61701 

Mitchell, Robert E. p 96, 203 
504 E Walnut 
Watseka, IL 60970 

Mitchell, Thomas P 
7513 131st Way N. 
Seminole. FL 33542 

Mitchell, Timothy L p. I'M 
113 Akin Ave 
Johet.lL 60433 

Mitchell. Vernon A. 
445 E. Grand Apt. 9 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Mock. Barry E. p. 186 
11499Morenci Hwy. 
Morenci, MI 49256 



Mohler.John A 
503 S. West St. 
Yotktown, IN 47396 

Mohf, Faye L 
14(56 W. Hawkins 
Kankakee. II. 60901 

Mondy. Dala 
570 Rivet 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Mongerson.John O 
940 Sttatfotd E #8 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Montgomery, Roberr M 
407 W Washington Sr 
Benron, IL62812 



Moore, Margie I. 
1 125 N. Shiawassee 
Owosso. Ml 48867 



Moore, Marilyn R 
572 Srockton Hgts 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Moore, Mark H 
3420 N. Branch Dr. 
Beaverron. MI 48612 



Moore. Michael 1) 
1125 N Shiawassee 
Owosso, Ml 18867 



Moore. Partyjo 
1125 N, Shiawassee St 
Owosso. Ml 48867 



Moore. Timothy L. p. 186. 206 
420 E. Sauk Trail 
Chicago Hgts., IL61M11 

Moore, Wayne Lee p 20,5 
125 Masson 
Clawson, Ml 48017 

Moorhouse. Clarence P. 
570 Bresee 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Moorhouse, Jamie L 
570 S. Bresee St. 
Bourbonnais, [L 60914 

Moreillon. Paul B. p 195 
BR 11. Box 178 
Anderson, IN 46011 



Moreland, Rhonda L. p 20,88, 259 
1508McKeathin Si 
Conway. SC 29626 



Morgan. Melissa G. 
31 12 S. Ve'rity Patkway 
Middlerown.OH 45042 

Morris. Linda p 203 
RR 2 Box 82-A 
DeMottc. IN 46(10 



Morris. Lizabeth | .p. 16. 195 
155 Regent Dr 
Lincoln, 11.62656 



Morrison. Elaine K p. 1K6, 518 
1100 Orchard Ave 
Sr. Joseph, MI 49085 

Morrison, Sheryl 
21 56 Garland 
Muskegon, MI 49441 

Morse. Karen E. p 195 
11 Deerfield Ave 
Kankakee, IL60901 

Moses, Fumie 
Box 1296 0.N.C 
Kankakee. I L 60901 

Mourray, Janet D p. 195 

RR5 

Mt. Catmel, IL 62863 

Mucci, DallasJ p 96, 97, 11X1 
Box 45A RR 4 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Mullen. LonJ p 186 
305 W Agard Sr. 
Wyoming, IL 61491 

Muncie, Peggy S p. 195 
RR 1. Box 17 
Cory, IN 47846 



Murphy, Lisa J p 186 

Rr 1 

Crawfordsville. IN 47955 

Murray, Judnh A p 195 
4 5(M Aspen Way 
Indianapolis. [N •46226 

Murrell, David A 

RR 1 

Potomac. II. 61865 



Murrell. Douglas A 
502 S.Jacobson 
Thomasboro, 11.61878 



Muschott, Ramona L, p 
11522 Kennebec Ave 
Allen Park. MI 48101 



Muschott. Thetesa P. p 239 
11522 Kennebec 
Allen Park, MI 48101 



Muxlow. Fred A p 86,90 
4949 Oregon Rd. 
Lapeer. Ml 48446 

Myers, Gay A p. 88, 195 
6401 Union Ave 
Alliance. OH 44601 



Myers. Randcl T. p. 96. 98, 1 14. 186. 195 
7.381 N.Casablanca 
Tuscon. AZ 85704 



Myers. Steven C p 44. 86. 87. 90, 91, 92 
5119 RansteadCt. 
Columbus. OH 43220 



Myers. Wesley L 
57229 Co. Rd 17 RR 2 
Goshen, IN 46526 



on 



Na|anan. Barbata A 
437 E. Gtand Apt 2 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Najanan, David C. 
437 E. Grand Apt 2 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 

Namyst, Nadine M p 205 
4533 N. Pontiac 
Notridge, IL60656 

Nance. Daton G p. 25, 46, 84, 88, 89 
4280 Foxglove Ttace 
Indianapolis, IN 46.227 

Nass, Mark E. 
4606 N. 6th St. 
Wausau. Wl 54401 

Ndlovu.Jenna R 
365 S. Main 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Neal, Judy M p 195 
7460 S. Cork Ave. 
Justice. IL 60457 

Neal. Shelly K. p. 23, 186. 235 
2201 La Gtange Rd 
Dayton, OH 45451 



McLaughlin, Lori S 
10454 SR #7 
Rogers, OH 44455 



Miles, Paula R p. 202, 206 
8322 S.W. 5th Place 
Gainesville. FL 32601 



Moon, Ctystal R. 
1876 E. Eagle St. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Mundy. David W 
447 Btesee Ave. Apt. 3 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Needier, Pamela 
RR 4 Box 402 
Hartford City, IN 47548 



McPherson, Lane A. p. 194 
P.O. Box 128 
Graysville. AL 35075 



Millagc. Mark E p. 194 
1004 Maple Park 
Champaign, IL 61820 



Moon, Lamonr Arden p. 114, 115, 203 
3347 Saxton Dr. 
Saginaw, MI 48603 



Mundy. Susan M. p. 25, 88, 186 
5328 Autumnwood Dove 
Cincinnati, OH 45242 



Needy, Michael R 

RR 2 

Morrison, IL 61270 



McReynolds. Betty 
15520Chetry Lane 
Markham, IL 60426 



Miller, Cynthia L. p. 202 
Rt. 2 Box 8 
Ashkum. IL 60911 



Moon, Paul E p 96 
1876 E. Eagle St. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Munzenmay, Joseph E 

4904 Lee Ave. 

Downers Grove, IL 60515 



Neil. Elizabcrh A. 
700 W Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 



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Neil.Jenniler Ruth 
700 Brampton PI 
I hieago II -■ 

Nelson, AlverneJ 
6131 Hickorj 
Fairhury.ll 61 '33 

Nelson. Diryl I. p 113, 114, 115, 186, H7 
RR 1 
Woodhull.ll. 61490 

Nelson, Deborah B p 203 
2532Witley Ave 
Palm Hatbor, FL I3J63 

Nelson. Keilh p 195 

Box 1235 

ONC 

Nelson. Kendra 

RRJ 

Walnut, IL 61376 

Nemeth. Shefrill 

350 Rosewood 

Buffalo Grove, IL 60090 

Newsome. Roger D. p. 8, 96. 99. 148. 195 
111 W. Center Si. 
Blanchester. OH 45107 

Nichols. Rebecca S. p. 88. 195 
1123 S. 17th St. 
New Castle, IN 47562 

Nichols, William H. p. 186 
4420 No. Wilshire 
Bloomington. IN 47401 

Nicholson. Carl Jay p. 89. 203 
2539 Heath Rd. 
Hastings. MI 49058 

Nicholson, June M 
2539 Heath Rd. 
Hastings. Ml 49058 

Nichter. Cindy K.p. 84. 203 
3918 Suzan Dt 
Anderson, IN 46013 

Nieland. Connie L 
521 E. Calumet St. 
Appleton. Wl 54911 

Nielsen, Gregory C. 
917 Birch Ln. 
Hoopeston. IL 60942 

Nobhtt.JuliaR.p. 195 
200 Meadowlatk Dr. 
Seymour. IN 47274 

Noguera. Solomon 
746 Stratford E#B 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Noramczyk. DonaldJ. 
919 Hawrhorne Ave 
Kankakee. IL6O901 

Norris. Randy H. p. 195 

3438 Marias Dr. 

Ft. Wayne. IN 46815 

Norris, Tom A. p. 195 
Box 122 
Poneto. IN 46781 

Nossett. Darin D. p. 203 
126 Fitst Ave. 
Oakland City. IN 47560 

Novak. Debbra Lynn 
2436 Maplewood Ct. 
Highland. IN 46322 

Nowitzki, Brian L. 
3432 W. 192 St. 
Homewood. IL 60430 

Nugent. Joseph G. p. 23. 52.60. 187 
506 S. Main St. 
Wilmington, IL 60481 





O'Neal, Paul D p 87, 89 
RR 1 Box 820 
Greencastle, IN 46135 

Obrechl.John D. 
28 Oak 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Oddo, Barbara J. 
6325 Robinhood In 
Merriam. KS 66203 

Oliver. Jonathan F 
110 Meadows Ct. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Oliver, Kaye L. 
1830 W. 61st Ave. 
Memllville, IN 46410 

Oliver, KerriJ. p. 40, 90, 93 
1850 W. 61st Ave. 
Memllville. IN 46410 

Oliver, Lori R. p. 235, 239 

RR 3 

Rochester. IL 62563 

Olivier, Lila G. 
1043 Ida Ave. NW 
Grand Rapids. Ml 49504 

Olivier. Wade A. 
1043 Ida Ave. NW 
Grand Rapids, MI 49504 

Ongrung, Frida 
365 S. Main 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Onyett, Robert 
6 Ash St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Orres, Carol E. 
1131 Sycamore St. 
Ottawa, IL 61350 

Osman. Mary A. 
521 Pin Place 
Mason, OH 45040 

Ostic, Penny L. p. 203 
6960 Country Farm Rd. 
Lexington, MI 48450 

Otrersrein. Michelle S. p. 2, 187 
205 N. Washington St. 
Rock City. IL 61070 



Ottinger, Margaret 
RR 3 Box 326 
Fairland. IN 46126 



)-P- 



Otwell, Robena M 
RR 1 Box 388 
Buchanan. MI 49107 

Outcalt, Mark A. p. 203 
1 240 North Shore Dr. 
Martinsville, IN 46151 

Outler, Roger 
748 B West Oakley 
Lowell. IN 46356 

Owens. KarenJ. p. 82, 117, 187 
3353 Meridian Rd 
Rockford, 1L61103 

Owings, Mark S 
RR9Box 250 
Colurr.bus, IN 47201 

Owner, Heather R 
4652 US 20 East 
Freeport. IL 61032 



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Paffcnroth, Kathy L, p. 40, 203 
121 Blue Sptuce Ln 
Matshall. WI 53559 

Page. Curris W. p. 17 
507 E. Young 
Hoopeston. IL 60942 

Paleno, Robcrr J. p. 46, 187, 206, 234 
27844 Sutherland 
Warren. Ml 48093 



Palmer Jr. James 
301 Jan Dr 
Manteno, 11.60950 



Palmet, Alice Aurota 
301 Jan Drive 
Manteno, II. 60950 



Palmer, Theresa L. p. 203 
7319LeonaSl. 
Foresrville, MD 20028 



Panozzo, Robert J. 
375 N. Entrance Ave 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Park, Mary K. p. 195 
122 E. South BSt. 
Gas City. IN 46933 

Parker, Barry A. 
624 E. Honeywell 
Hoopston. IL 60942 



Parker. Brian L. p. 195 
701 W. Universiry Ave. 
Muncie. IN 47303 



Parker.Judirhp. 187 
909 Hubbard Ave. 
Mishawaka. IN 46544 



Parker. Mark A. p. 88, 206 
738Danbury Rd 
Cincinnan. OH 45240 



Parker, Penny E. p. 203 
1066 Pinckney Rd 
Howell, MI 48843 



Parmely. Linda M. p. 203 
RR 2 Box 179 
Grant Park. IL 60940 



Parmerlee, Randy E. 
133 W. Washington St. 
Mooresville. IN 46158 



Parnell. Tommy L 
1951 E. Spruce 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Parsons. Michael L. p. 186 
340 N. Stadium Apt. #5 
Borbonnais. IL 60914 



Partyka, Michael Scott 
770 E. Broadway Apt. 4 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Paschall. Brenda Kay p. 110. 203 
3013 W.Twickingham 
Muncie, IN 47304 



Pasko. Duane A. p. 149, 203 
RR4 Box 112 
Huntington, IN 46750 

Pate. Scott A. p. 195 
7877 Camp Brosend 
Newburgh, IN 47630 

Patterson, Debbie Lee p. 203 
493 Ivy Lane Apt E 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Payne. Ralph J. 
609 N. Lansing Sr. 
St. Johns, MI 48879 



Pcckham. Ronald L. p. 86, 87, 90, 91 
1015 W MamCtoss 
Tayloiville, IL 62568 

Pcclman, Came p. 40 
4338 N. Vassar Road 
Flint. MI 48506 

Pelham, Brenda p. 187, 195 
Box 201 
Milford, IL 60953 

Pelham, Pamela 
P.O. Box 224 
Milford. IL 60953 

Penberthy. Nancy A. p. 195 
13508 York Blvd. 
Garfield Hts, OH 44125 

Pcntod, Eric M. p. 86, 90, 91, 203 
2562 Carson Hwy. 
Adrian, MI 49221 

Perdue, Laurie A. p. 93. 203 
425 4th Ave. 
Ottawa. IL 61350 

Perry. DeborahJ. 

RRl 

North Vernon, IN 47265 

Peterson. LuannaJ. p. 187 

1502 13th Sr. 

Tell City. IN 47586 

Petrie, Keith Melvin 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Petrucha, Richard L. p. 96, 203 

69 Mallard 

Swartz Creek. MI 48473 

Pettit, Barbata C. 
700 W. Btompton PL 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Pettit, Lyle 
Rt 4 Box 234A 
Mauston, Wl 53948 

Phelps, Cheryl A. p. 187 
1057 E. Riverside 
Evansville, IN 47714 



Phelps. Larry R. 
7120 N. Manning Dr 
Peoria. IL 61614 



Phillips. Dawn E. p. 203 
10892 Deerfield Rd. 
Cincinnati, OH 45242 

Phillips. Diana Lynn 
180 S. Fraser 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Phillips. Roger D. 
1622 Eastern Ave. 
Connersville. IN 47331 



Phillips. Todd F. p 20. 23. 149. 187 
2407 Coy 
Ferndale. MI 48220 



Phipps, Eugene R 
103 Woodlawn Dr 
Chrisman, IL 61924 

Pickerr.J. Dean 
Box 276 

Farmland. IN 47340 



Pickert, Tammy L. p. 203 
3480Talley Rd. 
Columbus, IN 47201 



Pierce, Donald 
P.O. Box 175 
Mason. MI 48854 



Pierce, Ginger K. p. 195 
507 Jean 
Peotone, IL 60468 



Piety, Lisa A. 
603 E. Wilson 
Lombard. IL 60148 



Pippin. Susan C. 
920Sttatford E Apr 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Plunkett. Vicki A. 
Bx 135 Olivet Nazate 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Pokotny. Sandta L. p. 108. 195 

6312 Powell 

Downers Grove, 11. 60515 



Poling. Cynthia L. p. 40. 187 
123 Pine St. #324 
Buda. IL 61 314 



Pomben, Carol A. 
RR 1 Box 75 
Bonfield. 11.60913 

Pond. Cynrhia D 

107 Hemlock. Oaklawn 

Morton. IL 61550 

Ponto, Robert D. 
340 Stadium Dr. #8 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 

Pool, Cynthia D. p 195 
3705 Raible 
Anderson. IN 46011 

Porrer, DeborahJ. p. 195 
12058 Pinehurst 
Dettoit, MI 48204 



Porter, Nancy J. 

955 Country Club Dr. 

Kankakee, IL 60901 



Poskin, Judith K. p. 46 
1236 S. 4th Ave. 
Kankakee. I L 60901 

Post. CarolJ. p. 40 
19442 S. River Rd. 
Three Rivers, MI 49093 

Posrin.Joseph F. p. 25. 28, 88, 89 
441 S. Grand Apt. 10 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Potter. Janerte Sue 
2404 Monrgomery Rd. 
Brown City, MI 48416 

Poulson. Vicki Ann p. 102 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Powell, David B. p. 187 
12 Watch Hill Dt 
Rochestet, NY 14624 

Preisler. Debra L. p. 203 
RR 1 Box 93 
Danforth. IL 60930 

Preston. Lisa K. p. 16, 187, 318 
360 S. Cleveland Ave. 
Bradley, IL 6091 5 

Prewitt.Joan p. 186 
RR4 

Seymour, IN 47247 

Price, Naralie M. p. 46. 187 
3145 Willowdale 
Portage. IN 46368 

Ptice. Thomas L. 
342 E. Water 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Prince, Marsha Ann 
6-A Dennison Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Prmdle, Miry P p. 195 
555 S. Small Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Prior. Marinda 
500 S. Cleveland 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Prior. Phillip W. 
236Munroe St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Prior. Susan D. p. 44, 87. 203 
500 S. Cleveland 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Pristach. Chris A. 

R 2 Box 21 A 

St. Anne. IL 60964 



Nutter. John L. p. 187 
1243 Gault Dr. 
Ypsilann. MI 48197 



Owner. Kurt W. 
4652 20 E 
Freeport, IL 61032 



Peachey. Keith E. p. 113. 114. 187. 195, 234 

RR2 

Galesburg, IL 61401 



Pirts, Mary L. p. 195 
255 E. 6th Ave. 
Clifton. IL 60927 



Pristach. Tina 
RR 2Box21A 
St. Anne. IL 60964 



Nymeyer, Patti p. 17. 19. 130. 172 
219 Essex Ct. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Oxner. William E. p. 149 

683 W. 8th 

Chicago Heights. IL 6041 1 



Peavy, Paul L. p. 49, 80 
RR 1. Box 61 
Dawson. IL 62520 



Plunkett. David R 
Box 135 0.N.C. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Puente. Margarira 
6 East Normandy Dr. 
Chicago Hrs.. IL 60411 



310 /index 



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Quails, Eleanor M p 195 
575 E Oak St. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Quansttom, Lynne 
649 Olde Oak 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Quanstrom. Stephen R. 
619 Old Oak Rd 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Quinn, Rosemary p 187 
1420 Hwy. 330 
Griffith, IN 46319 

Quinones, Violetta 
1617 W 16th St. 
Chicago, IL 60608 



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Rabourn. Wanda 
12198 S. 5th Ave. 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Ramsay. David A. 
324 8th Ave. 
Canton, IL 61504 

Ramsay. Ladonna 

16 Ash 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Ramsay, William 

16 Ash 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Randle, Mary A. 
540 N. Cottage 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Rantz, Dotetta K. p. 108, 130, 239 
214 S. Farmer St. Apt. 
Otsego. MI 49078 

Rasmussen, Joyce A. 
274 S. Oakdale 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Rassmusson, Sarah F. p. 195 
RR 1 Box 99A 
Laona. WI 54541 

Ratkay.Jeanene R p. 187 
19639 Walnut St. 
Mokena.IL 60448 

Raue, Peggy A. 
7915 Marshall Place 
Mernllville, IN 46410 



Raue, Priscilla 
7915 Marshall PL 
Mernllville, IN 46410 

Ray. Beverly A. 
723 N. Francine Dr. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Ray. Jenny L. 
1525 Howell Stteet 
Ft. Wayne, IN 46808 

Raymond. Steven D. 
17155 Ten Mile Rd. 
Battle Cteek. MI 49017 



Redka. Diane M p. 203 
528 S Dorchester 
Wheaton, IL 60187 

Redmond. Khtistine A 
700 W Btompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Reed. Rick K. p 22, 187, 317 
RR 4 Box 92 
Huntington. IN 46750 

Reed. Rodney L. p 86, 90, 203, 219 

Rt4 

Huntington, IN 46750 

Reed, Tracy Alan p. 203 
RR#1 Box 152 
Manteno. IL 60950 

Reed, Deborah R. 
404 E. Grand 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Rees, Diana L. p. 86, 90, 195 
R l.Box 157 
Winchester, IN 47394 

Reeves, Beth A. p. 203, 237 
6544 S. Shields Ridge 
Bloommgton. IN 47401 

Regelstad. Mary E. 
RR 3 Box 353 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Rehmer, Donna Lee p. 203 
35209 W. 13 Mile 
Farminton Hills, MI 48018 



Reich. Robert D. Jr. p. 46 
463 S. Cryer 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Reid, Terry J. p. 86, 195 
407 West Moseley St. 
Freeport, IL 61032 

Reilly.John Mike p. 89, 203 
802 Outer Park Dr 
Springfield. IL 62704 

Reisen, Brian Alan p. 96, 203 
27 Sunset Tr. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Remmenga, Judith 
46 Kim Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Reneau. Vicki L. 

Rt. 1 

Chebanse, IL 60922 



Reno, Penny L. p. 88, 187 
11830 Knoll Springs 
Cincinnati, OH 45246 



Rensberry, Duane V. 
900 West St. 
Gaylord, MI 49735 

Replogle, Brian Jay 
137 York Rd. 
Yorktown. IN 47396 

Reyes, Noelia 
320 E. Hirsch 
Northlake, IL 60164 

Reynolds, Jeffrey L. p. 195 
223 N. Spencer 
Rushville. IN 46173 

Rhoades, Todd Alan 
RR 3 117 Mettle Lane 
Arcanum, OH 45304 

Rhoads, Deborah Ann p. 108 
1451 Proper 
Burton, MI 48529 

Rhodes, DonnaJ. 
405 E. Grand #C6 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Richa, Marie Lynn 
384 N. Blaine Ave. 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Richardson. Dale P. p. 203, 237 
2422 South Keystone 
Indianapolis, IN 46203 

Richatdson. Dallas P. p. 203, 237 
2422 S Keystone 
Indianapolis. IN 46203 

Richatdson. Jamie E. 
712 Holiday Dr. 
Seymour, IN 47274 

Richardson. Kenneth A. p. 99 
290 N. Stadium Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Richter, Laura D. p. 203 
723 N. Lincoln St. 
Hoopeston.IL 60942 

Rickel, Rebecca J. p. 187, 238 

1011 Johnstone St 

Sault Ste Mane, MI 49783 

Rickel, Timothy L. 
lOHJohnstoneSt. 
Sault St Mane. MI 49783 

Riech.JohnD. 
301 E. Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Riegle, Linda A. p. 187 
1501 E. English 
Danville, IL 61832 

Rigg, Matk D. 
RR1.650W. 
Otland, IN 46776 

Rigg, Vicki S. 
332 E. Watet St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Riggs, Belinda 

700 W, Brompton PL 

Chicago. IL 60657 

Riggs, Todd M. 
15 Exeter Turn 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Riley, Jonathan p. 203 
930 NE 87th Terr. 
Kansas City, MO 64155 

Rinesmith. Satah L. p. 203 
P.O. Box 131 
Vetmilion, IL 61955 

Rippe, Matk W. 
20 Oak Ave. 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 

Ritchart, Susan M. p. 195 
1316 Nelda Way 
Modesto, CA 95355 

Rittenhouse, Melanie A. p 40, 203 
1377 Byron 
Huntington, IN 46750 

Rivatd, Itene K. p. 187 
RR 4 Box 16 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Roat. Lorraine E. p. 204 

RRl 

Havana, IL 62644 

Roat, Michael D. p. 204 

RRl 

Havana, IL 62644 

Robbins, Donald E. p. 89, 195 
RR7 

Seymour, IN 47274 

Robbins, RebekahJ. p. 195 

RR7 

Seymour, IN 47274 



Roberts, Eric C. 
5796 Mayville Dt. 
Dayton, OH 45432 

Robinson, Andrew A. p. 89, 204 
2177 Forest Park Rd. 
Muskegon, MI 49441 

Robinson, Ardis M. 
2618 W. Coolidge Road 
Coleman, Ml 48618 

Robinson, Timothy A. p, 96, 195 
1809Notth West Ave. 
Martinsville, IN 46151 

Roche, Adelyne 
1507 Ave. L 
Sterling, IL 61081 

Rockwell, Roger p. 195 
724 Hammond Ave. 
Elgin, IL 60120 

Rodgers, Jennifer A. p. 107, 120, 122 
794 N. Valley Rd, 
Paoli, PA 19301 

Rodgers, Kimberly D. p. 80, 110, 111, 204 
Rt 14. Box 46 
Columbus, IN 47201 



Rodgers, Simeon 
215EMarsile Apt E 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Rodgers, Terry R. p. 187 
RR 14 Box 46 

Columbus, IN 47201 

Rodriguez, Denise L. 
1814 N. Harding 
Chicago, IL 60647 

Rodriguez, Ruben 
1211 W. 7th St. 
Sterling, IL 61081 

Rodriguez, Sonia I. p. 46, 840 
1814 N. Harding 
Chicago, IL 60647 

Rogers, David E. p. 187 

268 8th 

Wood River, IL 62095 

Rogers, Kent K. 
RR 4 Box 418 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Rogers, L. Carole p. 204 
268 South 8th 
Wood Rivet, IL 62095 

Rogers, Pamela F. 
602 E. Thorntree Ter 
Arlington Heights, IL 60004 

Rogets, Phyllis A. 
202 Fox Trail 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Rogers, Phyllis J. 

469 Old Oak Dr. Apr. 8 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Rogers, Roy E. 
Route 2 East State S 
Geotgetown, OH 45121 

Roland, Steven D. p. 195 
16254 Seymour Rd 
Linden, MI 48451 

Romeril, Heidi K. 
680 Woodale Tr No. 3 
Greenwood, IN 46142 

Romin, Janice R. p. 195 
155 S. Centet St. 
Bensenville, IL 60106 

Romin.MarkJ. p 195 
303 E. Grand 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Rosenboom, Jacqueline 
RR 2 Box 125 
Clifton, II. 60927 

Rosenthal, Mylcs p. 187, 237 
224 Albeit Blvd. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Ross. David A. 
5543 Mt. Morris Rd. 
Columbiaville, MI 48421 

Ross, Phillip C. p. 148 
9324 Ellen St. 
Highland, IN 46322 

Roth, Kenneth M. 
792 Woodrow Ave. 
Marion. OH 43302 

Roth, Robyn R. p. 87, 91, 187 
9267 Gteen Rd. 
Goodrich, MI 48438 



Rousselle, Denise K. p 196 
12602 E. Ohio Ave 
Aurora, CO 80012 



Rowe, Janet M. p. 204 
3090 Orangeville Rd. 
Sharpsville. PA 16150 

Rowe, Michael K. 
708 Bluecrest Dt. 
Rockford, IL 61107 



Ruddle. Edwin S. p. 24, 48 
6195 Brambeleberry D. 
Howell, MI 48843 



Ruder, Carhenne M. p. 187 
Rt. 1 Box 1210 
Willcox, AZ 85643 

Ruder, John W. p. 127 
244 W, River St. 
Bourbonnais, II 60914 

Ruder, Sandra F. 
244 W. River 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Ruesing, Robert A. p. 22, 234 

6544 Wakefield 

N. Richland Hills, TX 76180 

Ruethet. Shen p. 196 
8635 Lincoln Dr. 
Lyons, IL 60534 

Ruggles, Lon Ann p. 204 
527 E. Division St. 
Vicksburg, MI 49097 

Runyon, Daniel p. 187 
503 Defender Ave. 
Lake City, FL 32055 

Rush, Jane A. p. 187 
640 S. Curry Pike 
Bloomington, IN 47401 

Russell, Celestine L. 
RR 2 60 Big Chief Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Russell, Deborah L. p. 196 
840 Summit Dr. 
Deerfield, IL 60015 



Russell, Terri 
320 Wood St. 
Peotone, IL 60468 



Russell, Timothy J. 
340 N. Stadium Apt. 5 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 



Ruth, DebraJ. 
602 S. McArthur 
Macomb, IL 61455 



Reader. Mark E. p. 16, 133. 195, 234 
220 N. Illinois 
Chrisman, IL 61924 

Reams. Carol A. p. 46 
383 W. Marsile 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Rhodes, Gerald 
RR 1 New Berlin 
Springfield, IL 62670 

Rhodes, Russell L. p. 195 
405 E. Grand Apt C-6 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Robbins, Timothy A. p. 114, 204 
222 W. Front St. 
Cambridge City, IN 47327 

Roberson, Karen S. 
1405 E. Walnut 
Frankfort, IN 46041 



Ronne, Brenda S. p. 24, 52, 60, 83, 196 
611 Saylor 
Elmhurst, IL 60126 

Rose, Cynthia R. p. 40, 204 
904 Parkview 
Milton, WI 53563 




Reddaway, Gary L. 

258 Sonia Rd. 

Madison Heighrs, MI 48071 



Rice. Richard A. 
2604 N. Main St. 
Mishawaka, IN 46544 



Roberts, Becki L. p. 204 
5334 Effingham Dr. S. 
Grand Rapids. MI 49508 



Rose, Jerry E. p. 102, 204 
170Brookstone Dr. 
Rochellt. IL 61068 



Sageman, Jeanne A. p 204 
304 Larch St. 
Saginaw, MI 48602 



Reddick. Dena K p. 88, 187 
403 E. Gtand 
Boutbonnais, IL 60914 



Rich, Timothy L. 
700 W. Brompton PL 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Roberts, Christophet 
403 E. Grand #2B 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Rose, Laura p. 187 
1210 W. 108 Place 
Chicago, IL 60643 



Sager, Mary Kay 
700 W. Brompton PI 
Chicago. IL 60657 



Index I ill 



Salerno. Michelle L. p. 196 
l54Hllldllt K.I 

Unidowne, PA 19050 

Sallmcn, Diane p 196 

Box 95 

New Castle. PA 1610} 

Slim. Joy A p 188 

Box 2 

Mammon. IL 60951 



Scluocder, Jerry 
4962 Center 
Fairgrove. Ml 48733 

Schroeder, Linda M. p. 188 
RR s Box 210 
Wutscka, II. 60970 

Schulz.ToddM.p. 196 
834 Hayes Ave. 
Ratine. VCI 53405 



Shelby, Steven A. p. 96. 204 

1121 Neil Ave 

St. Marys. OH 458H5 

Shelron. Greg S. 
417 Carey Ct. 
Chicago His., IL 60411 

Shelton. Sandra I.ynn p. 204 

417 Carey Ct. 

Chicago Heights, IL 60411 



Simmons. Judy K 
RR 2 Box 197 
Lanark. 11. 6104(3 

Simmons. Maxine E. 228 
205 E. Monroe 
Bourbonnais. 11.60914 

Simpkins, Connie L. p. 82 
811 Chandler 
Danville, IL 61832 



Silnth, Joyce K. 
791 * Appleton 
Raytown, MO 64133 

Smith, Karen A. p. 196 
7012 Cattail Comer 
Lansing, Ml 48910 

Smith, Morcy 102, p. 181 
1217 12th St. 
Silvis, IL61282 



Salmehd, Karen A 
5 Wallkill Tctrace 
Ogdensburg. NJ 07439 

Salmon. Tammic L p. 188, 239 
6175 Mulberry Ave 
Portage. IN 46368 

Samscl. Cindy C. 

700 West Brompton PI. 

Chicago. IL 60657 

Samson. Kimberly Mae 
498 Velma Ave. 
Owosso. Ml 48867 



Sanders. Steven M. p. 96. 204 

Box 184 

Raymondville. NY 13678 

Sandlin, Kevin Douglas p. 204 
Rt 1 Box 214 
Hope. IN 47246 

Sanford. James 

49430 N. Meadowbrook 

East Liverpool, OH 43920 

Sanford.Jelayne A. p. 204 

P.O. Box 77 

East Liverpool. OH 43920 

Santoro, Pamela L. 
3809 Park Forest Dr. 
Flint. MI 48507 

Sapp. Randall A. p. 86. 90. 91. 196, 239 

816GatdenCt. 

Seymore, IN 47274 

Sarver, Janice E. 

RR1 

Griggsville. IL 62340 

Sauter, Michele K p. 121, 122. 188 

3815 S. Vandecar 

Mr Pleasant. Ml 48858 

Sawicki, Debra Ann p. 188 
14703 Dunbar Ln. 
Woodbridge, VA 22193 

Schaper. Diane M. p. 196 
500 E. 9th St. 
Benton. KY 42025 



Scharer. Gale E 
11062 N. Evergreen 
Burch Run. MI 48415 



Scharmer. Deborah L. 
722 Sioux St 
Winona. MN 55987 

Scheferkort, Scharolet 
876 West State 
Jacksonville. IL 62650 

Schember. Brenda K. 
473 Rivard St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Scherer, Ralph L. 
1317 South E St. 
Richmond. IN 47374 

Schimmel.John Calvin 
Rt 3 Box 114 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Schimmelpfennig, Cindi p. 49, 83, 107. 130 
320 N. Third 
Morton. IL 61550 

Schlough. Kayla S. p. 204 
112 16th St. N 
Menomonie. WI 54751 

Schmidt. PeterJ 
1360MaynardSW 
Grand Rapids, MI 49504 

Schneider, Julie K. p. 188 
303 W. Hambltn Bx 285 
Grant Park. I L 60940 

Schramm. Scon B. 
6577 Epphingham 
Florissant. MO 63033 



Scott. Cheryl M 
13389 E Iowa PI. 
Aurora, CO 80012 

Scotten. Elizabeth M 
2820 Cranbrook 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Seaman, Robin Elaine p. 20-1 
191 N. Gardner Avenue 
Battle Creek. Ml 49017 

Searcy. Mark A. p. 196 
RR 1 Box 114A 
McCordsville, IN 46055 

Seeds, Kimberly A. p. 80. 204 
10122 Sprinkle Rd. 
Vicksburg, Ml 49097 

Seemore, Henry W. 
955 E. Birch 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Seggebruch, Grace 

RRl 

Crescent City, IL 60928 

Seibold, Steven M. p. 196 
RR 3 Box 263 
Veedersburg, IN 47987 

Seitz, Mary M. 
484 Ide Lane 
Bradley. IL 60915 

Sellers. Cynthia L. p. 235 
110 Millport Road 
W Mifflin. PA 15122 



Sessink. Lanette M p. 108. 188 
14372 Alger 
Warren, MI 48093 



Seymour, Dennis E. p. 132 
312 W. River St. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Shackelford, Teresa G. p. 237 
1250S. 15th St. 
Niles. Ml 49120 

Sharp, Robert S 
36 Carol Place 
Bloomfield. NJ 07003 

Sharpe, Melody L. p. 196 
4617 Olive St. 
Racine, WI 53405 

Sharpe. Ronald R. p. 4, 206 
6025 Hazard Rd. 
Fenton. MI 48430 

Shattuck. Loren S. p. 6, 20, 196 
624 S. Lansing 
Mason. MI 48854 

Shaver, Linda Sue 
383 W. Bellaire 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Shaver, Rachel D. p. 188 

4305 West 63 St. 

Prairie Village. KS 66208 

Shaver. Spencer T. 
1802 S. 700 E. 
Marion. IN 46952 

Shaw, Teresa E. p. 196. 237 
9655 Andrea Ct. 
Indianapolis, IN 46231 

Shedd. James L.Jr. p. 188 
328ImusDr 
Mishawaka, IN 46544 

Sheets, Andrew P p. 204 
1404 Fayette 
Washington. IL 61571 

Sheets, Mark E 
794 67th Baltimore 
Valparaiso. IN 46383 

Sheers, Susan J. p. 149. 188 
70 Elkton Ct. 
Lafayette, IN 47905 



Shenisc, Mark C. 
401 E. Grand #4 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 

Shepherd. Julie A 
RR 3. Box 13 
Aurora. IN 47001 

Sheppard. Polly R. p. 16, 237, 239 
114 N. Main Box 151 
Lynn, IN 47355 

Sherar, Daniel E. p. 196 
6814 Georgetown Rd. 
Indianapolis. IN 46268 

Sherman, Lanny R. 
303 E. Grand Apt. 5 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Sherman, Tracy L. p. 237 
4024 Seaway Dr. 
Lansing. MI 48910 

Sherwood. Randy S. 

RR2 

Connersville. IN 47331 

Shirley, Emilic B. p. 196 
Short St. 
Bluford.IL 62814 

Shinn, Robert V, p. 96 

RR 1 

Peotone. IL 60468 

Shipman, Angie p. 204 
8365 Jefferson St. 
Jasper. Ml 49248 

Shipman, Sara A. 

Box 85 

Delta, OH 43515 

Shockey, Mary C. p. 40, 86. 90, 204 
140 Webster Apr 
Clinton, IL 61727 

Shockley, Martin E. p. 188 
440 W Church St. 
Benton. IL 62812 

Shook. Richatd W. p. 82, 83, 234 
Box 187 ONC 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Short. Robert 
3009 Home Ave. 
Marion. IN 46952 

Short. Steve M. p. 188, 317 
1321 Carroll White 
Indianapolis. IN 46219 

Showers, Randy A. p. 89. 196 
1539 Wesley Ave. 
Muskegon, MI 49442 

Shreffler. Diane M 
RR 1 Box 109 
Manteno. IL 60950 

Shuler. David G. p. 96 
550 Kendon Dr. 
Lansing, MI 48910 

Shutes, Kathleen M. 
71 Greenwood Cemeter 
Danville. IL 61832 

Sidey. Louise D. 
Shorewood Dr. 
Dunkirk, NY 14048 

Siefken, Ray A. 

4018 Moscow RD RFD 1 

Spring Arbor. Ml 49283 

Sievert. Linda 
407 4 Sr. SE 
Jamestown. ND 58401 

Sikma. Kathleen M. 
RR 1 Box 272 Leggtow 
St. Anne, IL 60964 

Simmons, Debra Sue 
700 W. Brompron Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Singh, Philomcna 
141 Pfitzcr Dr. 
Bradley. 1160915 

Singh, Rookmin 
313 Mohawk Dr. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Skinner, Mary Lou 
2280 N. Guilford 
Huntington. IN 46750 

Slack, Darrell p. 83. 124,235 
Rt. l.Box 18 BB 
Yorktown, IN 47396 

Slattery, Wm. H III p. 204, 206 

5548 Kerth Rd. 

St. Louis. MO 631 28 

Slimbarski.Janac L. p. 83. 108, 109, 122, 

214 

6969 W. Law Rd. 

Valley City, OH 44280 

Sloan, Shawn Erin 
Rt. 1 Box 67B 
Shinnston, WV 26431 

Slonecker, Pamela A. 
4185 Evansdale Road 
Columbus, OH 43214 

Small, Greg M. p. 88 
3975 N. Hinkle Rd. 
Bloomington, IN 47401 



Smalley, Darlene M. p. 
Rt. 3, Stolt Rd. 
Charlevoix. Ml 49720 



Smiley. Sharon M. p. 
3031 S. Hill Rd. 
Milford. MI 48042 

Smith, Amanda L. 
2305 Apache Dr. 
Lafayette. IN 47905 

Smith, Barbara Ann 
210 East Baker 
Manteno, IL 60950 



Smith, Brian Robert p. 204 
1307 Killarney Dr. 
Greenville. IL 62246 



Smith, Cathy J. 
3035 Emmertsen Rd. 
Racine, WI 53406 



5, 87. 90. 196, 238 



Smith, David G. p I 
2090 Linda Ave. 
Saginaw, Ml 48603 



,87,90.901.204 



Smith, DeborahJ 
16108 Garden Valley 
Woodstock. IL 60098 



Smith, Diana K. p. 204 
2823 Townway 
Danville. IL 61832 



Smith. Dorothy 
RR 2 Box 76 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Smith, Essie M. 

245 N. Greenwood Ave. 

Kankakee, IL 60901 



p. 237 



Smith, Franklin D 
308 Covington St. 
Crawfordsville. IN 47933 



Smith, Gary Alan p. 92 

RRl 

Ransom. IL 60470 

Smith. James R. 
700 Brompton PL 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Smith. Joan M. 
Box 1644 ONC 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Smith, Patricia A. 
16108 Garden Valley 
Woodstock, IL 60098 

Smith, Peggy A. p. 188 
207 E. Elm 
Gaston, IN 47342 

Smith, Sharon L. 

700 West Brompton PI. 

Chicago. II. 60657 

Smith, Steven M. 
28 Linn 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Snead, Sharon C. p. 22, 188, 206 

3180 West 230 St. 

N. Olmsted. OH 44070 



Snodgrass. Trudy B. 
409 S. McKmley 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Snyder, Karen L. 
285 E. Grand 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Snyder, Katherine A. p. 40, 196 
132 Ford St. 
Tararentum. PA 15084 

Snyder, Mark D. p. 196 
1325 Freer Rd. 
Chelsea, Ml 481 18 

Solomon, Esther V 
1720Yagui 
Florissant, MO 63031 

Sorn, RhondaJ. p. 86, 90, 204 
1483 Winter Dr. 
Freeport. IL 61032 

Southerland, Karen L. 
6706 Primrose Pky. 
Muncie, IN 47302 

Southerland, Kenneth W. p. 210 
741 Woodstock 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Southerland, Sandra E. p. 238 
741 Woodstock Ln. 
Boutbonnais. IL 60914 

Southerland, Sherry A. 
108 Oak Blvd. 
Greenfield. IN 46140 

Sowinski, Carol L. p. 204 
8820 S. Carol Ct. 
Oak Creek, WI 53154 



Spangler, Rhonda Lynn p. 204 

RR2 

Oakwood. OH 45873 



Sparenberg, Rosemary p. 204 
RR 2 Box 174 
Ashkum.IL 60911 



Sparks, Tammie K p. 204 
RR 3 Box 54 
Greenfield. IN 46140 



Speakman. Arthur W. 
19429 Gulfstream Dr. 
Jupitor. FL 33458 

Speakman. Branson P. p. 196 
19429 Golfstream Dr. 
Jupitor, FL 33458 

Spearman, Valerie K. 
3713 WakondaDr. 
Bettendorf, IA 52722 



Speedy, Kimberly Y. p. 52. 204 
1007 S. Bridge St. 
Linden. Ml 48451 



Speicher. Sue Ellen p. 204 
58092 Homer Ave. 
Elkhart. IN 46514 

Spencet, David Allen p. 204 
RR 3 Box 277 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



512 / Index 



Spencer. Mark A 

Box 126 

Nahunta. GA 3155i 



Steele. Cynthia D. p 204 
1904 Bennington St. S 
Roanoke. VA 2-401-1 



Street, Bonnie 
615 Riddle St. 
Howell. Ml 488-n 



Sykes, Winston 

6-17 N. Hammes 
Kankakee. [1.60901 



Thomas, Betty J. 
J76TedmarkO. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Spencer. Stephanie I p. 204 
P O Box 985 
Elkins. WV 26241 



Stegink. Ruth E 
7527 N. Bell Ave. 
Chicago, IL 60645 



Street, Gerald 
5271 Ethel Blvd. 
Btighton. MI 48116 



Syson, Lora L. p. 196 
1439Southwood 
Mishawaka, IN 46514 



Thomas. Karen p 1KH 

4839 El Camino Court 

Indianapolis, IN -16241 



Spengler, Btett W. 
2011 Brownfield Rd 
Urbana.lL 61801 

Spenglet. Dana R. p. 149 
2011 Brownfield Rt 2 
Urbana.lL 61801 

Sperling. Jonathan D. 
Quail Hollow Apts. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Spites. Althea C. p. 45, 46, 88 
344 68th Place 
Schereville. IN 46375 

Spotloe, Laura L. p. 40, 196 
714 E. Ave. L 
Lewistown, IL 61542 

Spracklen, Margaret p. 204 
505 W. Hillshire Rd. 
Decatur. IL 62521 

Spragg. Holly Jo p. 188 
Box 572 123 Seneca D 
Barrackville, WV 26559 

Spurlock, Patricia 
RR 3 Box 315-A 
Danville, IN 46122 

St. John. Bill A. p. 206 
6850 E. Highland Rd. 
Milford. MI 48042 



St. John, Marlene C. 
425 S. Cryer Ave. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Stach, Regina M. 
101 Riverside Dr. 
Montgomery, IL 60538 

Stackman.John R. 
108 Seymour St. 
Legrange, IN 46761 

Stadler. Pamela p. 188, 234 
113 Flint Ave. Belmon 
Harrisburg, VA 22801 

Stafford. Mark Robert p. IS 
RR 8 Ten Mile Creek 
E. Peoria, IL 61611 

Staley. Martha p. 84 
1530 Linden St. 
Bethlehem, PA 18018 

Stanard, Lois M. 
666 Honey Creek 
Ada. MI 49301 

Standifer, R. B. 
520 N. Tenth 
Hoopeston.IL 60942 

Stanhope, Wayne 
350 E. Water 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Stanley, Cheryl Lynn 
P.O Box 246 
Momence, IL 60954 

Stanley, Connie S. 
22 Brookline Ct. 
Bradford. PA 16701 

Stanley, Kathy A. 
127 N. Bernard 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Stanley, Thomas W 
127 N. Bernard 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Stark, Lyell C. 
RR 6 Box 345 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Starner, F. Bryan p. 204 
239 Marvel Dr. 
Lancaster. OH 43130 



Steindel.Jody A. p. 204 
RR 4 Box 347 
Lockport, IL 60441 

Steindel.Joel A. 

RR4. Box 347— Long Run 

Lockport. IL 60441 

Steinhauet, Lynn R. p. 49 

291 Dogwood 

Park Forest. IL 60466 

Stetninger, Mauna L p. 204 
761 Cypress Dr. 
Aurora. IL 60506 

Stemke. Lorenjohn p. 204 
Box 103 201 E Lake S 
Ashkum.IL 60911 

Sten2inger. Richard S. p. 16, 52. 60. 81, 157 
341 N. Virginia St. 
Hobart. IN 46342 

Stephens, Ruth A. p. 196 
2729 S. Roosevelt Dr. 
Evansville. IN 47711 



Stevens, Mark A. p. 89 
36 South Bellview PI. 
Indianapolis, IN 46222 

Steward, Carol L. 
4402 Ashlawn Dr. 
Flint, MI 48507 

Steward, Garold D 
Y-l Burches Tr. Ct. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Stewart, Gail E. p. 204 

RR1 

Oneida. IL 61467 



Stewart, Jenise D. 

20825 Maple 

St. Claire Shores, Ml 48081 



Sthay, Donna L. 
598 Bethel Dr. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Stiles. Cynthia Lee p. 88 
534 13 Mile Rd. 
Sparta. MI 49345 

Stiles, Denise p. 93. 188 
534 13 Mile Road 
Sparta, MI 49345 

Stipes, Rora D. 

206 Mabel Court R 3 

Morris, IL 60450 

Stith, Susie Mae 
790 N. Harrison Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Stitt, Roger S. 
3432 N, Cecil 
Indianapolis, IN 46226 

Stone, Linda R. 
301 E. Grand Apt. 3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Stone. Michael C. p. 239 
301 E.Grand Apt. A3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Storer, Mark A. p. 204 
135 Rochdale 
Rochester, MI 48063 

Stout, Becky L. p. 196 
1002 S. 11th St. 
Goshen, IN 46526 

Stovall, Edward p. 196 
201 Richard 
Dupo. IL 62239 

Strait. David M. 
2754 Barfield Dr. SE 
Grand Rapids, MI 49506 



Streets, Teresa M. p. 196 
532 S. Ahrens 
Lombard, IL 601-18 

Strickfaden, Thomas J. p. 88, 
1310 Chestnut 
Pekin.IL 61554 

Strickland, Brenda L. p. 196 
4723CullenDr. 
Springfield, OH 45503 

Strickland, Margaret p. 238 
5 Inverness Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Strickland, Robert T 
5 Inverness Dt. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Strong, Debrajo p. 236 
445 E. Grand Apt. 5 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Strong, Evan J. 

RRl 

Gaston, IN 47342 

Strong, Linda 
5736 N. Bliss Road 
Elwell, MI 48832 



Strong, Rodger D. p. 196 
445 E. Grand Apt. 5 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Strouse, Arnold W 
801 Willerts Rd. 
Hastings, Ml 49058 

Stubblefield, Sharron p. 204 
1062 N. Schuyler Ave 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Stuck, Mark K. 96, p. 188 
120WatercrestDr. 
St. Marys, OH 45885 

Stuck, Susan R. p. 196 
120 Watercrest Dr. 
St. Marys. OH 45885 

Sturgell, Margaret 
ONC Box 1655 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Sullivan, Marvin E. p. 89, 204, 222, 318 

Rt2 

Amboy, IL 61310 

Summers, Suzanna D. 
817Bushnell 
Beloit.WI 53511 

Sutherland, Carrie L. p. 196 
Rt 4 Whispering Oaks 
Metamora, IL 61548 

Suttles, Cathy J. p. 204 
315 Alicia Dt. 
Morris. IL 60450 

Sutton, Carolyn E. p. 196 
52^ W.Wabash St #1 
Bluffton, IN 46714 

Swanson, Janice L. p. 16. 17. 188, 237 
4246 W. 103rd St. 
Oak Lawn, IL 60453 

Swartz, Beth A. p. 46, 88, 89, 188 
441 Union Ct. 
Fostoria. OH 44830 

Swartz, Daniel R. p. 89, 204, 318 
7235 Wade Street 
Union Lake, MI 48085 

Swartz, Lynn Michelle p. 204 
441 Union Court 
Fostoria, OH 44830 

Sweedler. Doris Lee 

Box 3 

Manhattan, IL 60442 



Szalkay, Deborah K 
11608 Tahiti Dr. 
Sterling Hts., Ml 48077 




Tabler, Leon P. 
57 N. Mill Iron Rd. 
Muskegon, Ml 49442 

Taggart, David K.p. 204 

RR4 

Nashville, IN 47448 

Tague, Randalljoe p. 196. 204 
276 Oak Ln 
Decatur, IL 62526 



Tague, Timothy M. 
296 Oak Lane 
Decatur, IL 62526 



Tamayo.jose Angel 
700 W. Brompton Pla 
Chicago. IL 60657 

Tanner, Vicki L. 
RR4 Box 422 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Tate. Phyllis J. 
512 S. Chicago#5 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Taylor, Curtis Ray 
154 Oak P.O. Box 971 
Braidwood. IL 60408 



Taylor. Cynthia J 
2913Joann 
Portage, IN 46368 

Taylot, Daniel R. p. 196, 237 

RR 2, Box 326 
Dale. IN 47523 



Taylor, David 
4396 St. Martins Dr. 
Flint, MI 48507 



Taylor, David P. p. 96 
309 Camby St 
Greenwood, IN 46142 



Taylor, Deborah A 
26762 Mangrove Lane 
Olmsted Falls, OH 4413 



Taylor, Lisa G. p. 49, 196, 206 
746 Wildwood 
Westland, MI 48185 

Taylor, Pamela S. p. 165 
6056 E St. RD46 
Bloomington, IN 47401 

Taylor, Tern A. p. 196 
P.O. Box 412 
Portage. IN 46368 

Tennant. Judith A. p. 49, 197 
61 1 Byron Rd Apt. 9 
Howell. Ml 48843 



Tew, Colleen K. 
285 E. Grand Apt. 4 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Tewell, David T 
714 W. Poplar 
Taylorville. IL 62568 

Tharp, Jeffrey H. p. 21 
7450 Griffith Road 
Irtdianapolis, IN 46227 



Thomas, Lois S. 
875 Stonewall l)r 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 

Thomas, Robert p. 89 
775 Bielby Rd. 
Lawrienceburg, IN 47025 

Thomas, Wendy Marie p. 20-1 
14245 Yacht Club Blv. 
Seminole, FL 33542 

Thompson, BruceJ. p. 20-1 
806 S. Green St. 
Crawfordsville, IN 47933 

Thompson. Charlorte p. 189. M8 

RRl 

Versailles, IL 62378 

Thompson. Judith C. 
382 Olivet St. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Thompson, Lisa J p. 31 
243 N. St Joseph Ave 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Thompson, Lynn 
RR 2, Box 474 
Momence, IL 60954 

Thompson, Myra E. p. 205 
243 N. St Joseph Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Thompson, Robert D. p. 189 
806 S Green St. 
Crawfordsville. IN 47933 

Thornhill, Paul W. 
9313 88th Ave 
Hickory Hills, IL 60457 

Thornton. Brenda p. 81, 110. Ill, 189 
900 Romanda St R 7 
Midland, MI 48640 

Thrasher, Marvin 

23 Oak 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Tieffel, Dennis 
321 Crawford Ave. 
Effingham, IL 62401 

Tindell, Charles J. 
604 W. Franklin 
Taylorville, IL 62568 

Tingley, Michelle I. p 197, 206 
325 Division 
Galesburg.IL 61401 

Tingley, Rhonda p. 46, 188, 189 
RR 2 Box 38 
Chrisman, IL 61924 

Tittetington, Kathy J. p. 40. 86. 90. 205 

19550 Fremont Ave. N 
Seattle, WA 98133 

Toland, BevetlyJ. p. 238 
750 Stratford Dr.. E 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Tolbert, Lee p. 197 
Box 1801 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Tollie, Kimberlee 
10020 Perry Dr. 
Overland Park, KS 66212 

Toutges, Fonda H. p. 205 
20705 Cicero Ave. 
Matteson, IL 60443 



Towne, Sharon L. p. 197 
310 W. Wiley Ave. 
Bluffton, IN 46714 



Travis, Flennoy T. p. 89 
2848 W Wilcox 
Chicago. IL 6061 2 



Sreed, Lori D. 40. p. 206 
1250Hassell Road 
Hoffman Estates. IL 60195 



Strange. Danny E. p. 86, 90, 196 
Bx 1621 Olivet Naz C 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Sweeney. Stephen N. 
R 1 Box 107 D 
Hollywood. MD 20636 



Thick, Ronald M. p. 197 
802 6th St. 
Marysville, MI 48040 



Travis, Michael C. 
403 Grand Apt. 7 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Steele, Alice F, p. 17, 188,206 
1904 Bennington Sr. 
Roanoke. VA 24014 



Strange, Judy K.p. 196 
5530 E. 25th St. 
Columbus, IN 47210 



Sweet, Jackie Lynn p. 80, 196 
520 Washington St 
Marseilles. IL 61 341 



Thill, Rhonda R. p. 197 

319 W. Marion 

Mt. Gilead, OH 43338 



Tripp. James Richard p p. : 
340 S. Stadium Dr. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Index / 31} 



Trippjanis Y. p p 88. i«. 189 
Box 1768 
ONC 60901 



linger Jr., RichardJ.p. 205 
.»6 Victoria Dt 
Granite City, IL 62040 



Vyleta, Deborah L. p. 18 

1706MarrhaLn. 

Mr Prospect, IL 60056 



Warren, James F. 
340 N. Stadium Apr. 5 
Boutbonnais, II. 60914 



Werner. PamelaJ. 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago. IL 60657 



Tfipp.Jeffer) I 

MO S Stadium Drive 

Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Trobaugh, Fred 
235 s Cleveland 
Bradley, 11.60915 

Trortet. ]eflre> S p p 86,90,91,205 
101 17 ( liftonPark 
Evergreen Park, IL 60642 

True, Gary W, p. 89 
)432 S, Walnut 
Muncie. IN 47302 



True. Mary 

26 Berry l.ane Rt. 2 

Bourbonnais. II. 60914 



Trucsdale, Denise M. 
207 Lady Bat l.ane 
Orland Park. 11.60462 





Tubbs.JefferyC.p. 197 
II 2, Box 78 
Hudson. IN 46747 

Tucker, Gregory A. p. 205 
552 W. Fayette Ave 
Springfield. IL 62704 

Tucket. Jeffrey S. 
552 Fayette 
Sptingfield. IL 62704 

Tully. Susan L. 
RR 1 Box 220 
Manteno, IL 60950 



Tupper. Cheryl 

4917 Steamboat Circle 

Rapid City, SD 57701 



Tutcott. Denise G. p. 197 
8 Wiley Hill Rd 
Londondetty, NH 05055 



Turnbull, E Andrew p. 86. 87.90.91, 149 
Box 5704 R 1 
Hale. Ml 48739 



Turnbull. Mark A. p. 96 
Rt 1 Box 5704 
Hale. MI 48739 



Turnet. Tammy Jayne p. 46. 205 
6512 N 100 E 
Marion. IN 46952 



Tweedy, Kimberly S. p. 197 
RR 8 Box 150 
Greenfield. IN 46140 



Tyler. BevetlyJ. p. 93, 189, 259 

RR2 

Ottawa, IL 61.550 



Tyler. Donald E 

Rte2 

Ottawa. IL 61550 




Ulis. Kevin W p. 82 
228 Hoyt St. 
Owosso. MI 48867 



Ulrich, Brenr A. 
710 E. Division 
Cadillac. MI 49601 

Ulrich. Denise p. 237 

RR 1 

Modoc. IN 47358 

Ulrich. Melissa A. p. 205 
1208 Riverlane Dr. 
Bradley. IL 60915 



Vadeboncouet, Richard 
625 S. Yates 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Van Horn. Jetty M 
515 S 3rd 
Ellertsville. IN 47429 

Van Houweling, Sheryl p. 197 
402 College Hill Ave. 
Oskaloosa. IA 52577 

Van Metet. Saiah C. p. 86. 90. 205 
780 Armour Rd. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Van Zee. Kevin Gene 
700 W. Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Vanande, Shati Lynn p. 205 
311 Peebles St. 
Pittsbutgh, PA 15221 

Vance, Tina M. p. 197 
1048 St. Rt 503 
Arcanum. OH 45304 



Vanciel. Virginia 
489 Old Oak Apt. 9 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Vandersteen, Ernesr E. p. 18, 96. 189 
1247 170th PI. 
Hammond. IN 46524 



Vandersreen, Terry D. 
1247 170th PL 
Hammond, IN 46324 

Vantine, Geron B. p. 25, 35, ■ 
525 E. Walnur 
Canton. IL 61520 



Vastbinder, Pamela A. 
4606 Knobhill Dr 
Dayron. OH 45424 

Vastbinder, Randall L. p. 257 
4606 Knobhill Drive 
Dayron. OH 45424 

Vaughan. Sam 
Box 256 
Lomax.IL 61454 

Vaught, Melinda K p. 106, 107, 197 
121 W, North St. 
Hastings, Ml 49058 

Vernier, Cynrhia D. p. 205 
9501 Coomer St. 
Morenci. Ml 49256 



Vidt. Lou E. p. 205 
158Fairlane 
Elmhursr, IL60126 



Vinson. Jerome S. 
551 Bresee Ave. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Vinson. Rhea M. 
531 Bresee 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Vogler. Michael 
700 W, Brompton PI. 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Voigt. James R. 

E. Bonfield Rd R 1 B 

Bonfield.IL60913 



Voigr. Karen p. 189 
616 High Dr. 
Carmel. IN 46052 



Wade. David R. p. 205 

RR 4 

Mt. Stetling. IL 62353 

Walker. David P. p. 89, 205 
19050 Lorerto Lane 
Countty Club Hills. IL 60477 

Walker, Debra S. 
19050 Lorerto Lane 
Countty Club Hills, IL 60477 

Walker, Lynnc A. p. 197 
109 Wesr Haven 
Moro, IL 62067 

Walker, Michad W. 
R.R.#1 Box 241 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Walker. Phillip R. p. 102 
1585 Mona Vista Ct. 
New Albany, IN 47150 

Wallace, Michael D. 
RR 1 Box 186 
Lemont, IL 60459 

Wallace, Walrer M. 
1512 Harrison Drive 
Hartfotd City, IN 47348 

Waller. Sarah A p. 205 
4056 5th Ave. 
Kenosha, Wl 55140 

Walls, Ben Dale 
425 E. Union St. 
Wa. Lafayette, OH 45845 

Walls, Robert L. 
7502 Holly 
Mentor, OH 44060 



Walton, Clifford L. 
521 E. Williams 
Owosso, Ml 48867 



Walrz, Leslie 

557 E. Morgan Street 

Knightstown. IN 46148 

Waltz. Mark L. p. 102, 205 
557 E. Morgan St. 
Knightstown. IN 46148 



Wampler, Jeffrey D. 
9595 McKinley 
Crown Poinr. IN 46307 



Wangler, Brian D. 
809 Central 
Danville, IL 61832 



Warby.Janeene A. p. 197 
6439 Burkhart Rd. 
Howell. MI 48843 

Warby.JanetS. p. 197 
6439 Burkhart Rd. 
Howell. MI 48843 

Ward. LillieM. 
597 Oak Run Dr. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 

Ward. Mark D. p. 96, 98 
15315 Kerlin Dr. 
Granger. IN 46530 

Ware. Carl C. p. 96. 101 
2259 Blmbg NH Rd 
Washington Ct. OH 43160 

Warner, Kevin D. p.197 
1916 Dean Ave. 
Holt, Ml 48842 



Warren, Trinette L. 
439 Grand Ave Apt 3 
Boutbonnais. IL 60914 



Warrick, Kimaley A. p. 205 
8514 Lockerbie Dr. 
Indianapolis, IN 46234 

Watkins. Dean D. p. 101,205 
7924 38'/; Ave. N 
New Hope, MN 55427 

Watkins. Debra D. 
1 18 W. Adams Sr. 
Berne. IN 46711 



Watson, Katcn R. p. 88. 197 
3005 Twickingham Dr. 
Muncie. IN 47304 



Wartets, Thomas F. p. 89 

3005 Buchanan 

Grand Rapids, Ml 49508 

Warts, Sarah E. p. 197 
290 N. Belmont Ave. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Weathets, Wanda p. 197 
107 Leeward Rd. 
Columbia, SC 29210 

Weavet, Katrina S. p. 197 

RR4 

Olney. IL 62450 

Weavet. Matie F. 
Rt 1 Box 587 
Momence, IL 60954 

Weber, Bradley C. 
749 George Ave. 
Aurora. IL 60505 

Weber, Larry P. p. 52, 234 
6184 N. McKinley Rd. 
Flushing, MI 48435 

Wechter. Paul V. p. 197 
3655 S McCulloch Rd. 
Beaverton. MI 48612 

Weeks, Timorhy Scott p. 102, 105 
3102 Mission Rd 
Alton. IL 62002 

Weiderhold, Rachael L. 

484 Patton Dr. 

Buffalo Grove. IL 60090 

Weimer, Cynrhia M. p. 22, 205 
13581 28th St. 

Lowell, MI 49351 

Weinert, Lisa K. 
715 N.Emily St. 
Ludington. MI 49431 

Weitzel, Donald J. 
RR 2 Box 381 A 
Chesterton, IN 46304 

Weitzel. Donna L. 
RR 2 Box 381 A 
Chesterton, IN 46304 

Welch, Valerie C. 

700 West Brompton PL 

Chicago, IL 60657 

Wellman, Darryl J. p. 52, 60, 197 
5215 Pinckney 
Howell, MI 48843 

Wells, Leona M. 
295 N. Illinois 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Wells, Suzanne M. p. 205 
218 Shadmore Dr. 
Rochester, NY 14626 

Welsh, Barbara S. 

700 W. Brompton Place 

Chicago, IL 60657 

Welsh, Patrick M. 
700 West Brompron PL 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Westcrmann, Cindy D. 

Box 1852 

ONC 

Westlake, Stephen Carl 
609 Old Oak Rd Apt. 4 
Bourbonnais, 11.60914 

Wharton, Robert Lee p. 205 
2146 Vanvleet Road 
Swarrz Creek, MI 48473 

Whiraker, Gerald M.p. 205 
11852 Highview 
Vicksburg, MI 49097 

White, Cynthia A. p. 93. 189 
1516 Chandler St. 
Danville. II. 61832 



White, David M. p. 197 
1316 Chandler St. 
Danville. IL 61852 

White, Debora p. 205 
277 E. Marsile 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

White, Debra J. p. 40, 86,90 
1820 W. Revere St. 
Freeport. IL 61052 

White, Ronald 
2817 Hillcrest Terr. 
Evansville, IN 47712 

White, Sheryl K. p. 86, 87, 1 
1820 Revere St. 
Freeport, IL 61032 



3, 90. 197 



Whiteside. Wanda Kay p. 205 
405 Youngs Ave. 
Johet.IL 60432 



Whitis. James 
332 S. 5th #1 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Whitlock, Ronald L, 
406 3 St. 
Huntingburg, IN 47542 

Whitlow, Patrick J. p. 89. 189 
135 S.Douglas 
Bradley, IL 60915 

Whirney, Linda A. p. 189 
7945 Scarborough Blvd 
Indianapolis, IN 46256 

Whitson. Gary R 
412 Pendleton Ave. 
Andetson, IN 46011 



Whitteberry, Deborah K. 
R 2 Box 214 
Mauston, WI 53948 

Whitteberry, Stephen p. 197 

502 W. Main St. 

N. Manchester, IN 46962 

Whitteberry, Timorhy W. p. 197 
RR 2 Box 214 
Mauston. WI 53948 

Whittington. Christina p. 89. 205 
RR 2 Box 311 
Tamaroa, IL 62888 

Whittington, Jan E. 

RR2 

Mulkeytown, IL 62865 

Whittington, Joy E. 
Box 477 
Mulkeytown, IL 62865 

Wickham, Gloria Jane p. 16, 24. 189. 318, 
319 

Box 277 
Muncie. IL 61857 

Wiens, Daniel L. 
240 Lexington Ct. 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Underwood, Judirh H. 
3701 Kingfisher Ln. 
Rolling Meadows. IL 60005 



Vollick. Becky p. 205 
Rd 7 Brewster Rd. 
New Castle. PA 16102 



Watten. Duane A. 
Route 2 Box 82 
Piano. IL 60545 



Wendel. WendyC.p. 197 
3309 Hammerberg Rd. 
Flinr. MI 48501 



Wiens, Timorhy A. 
240 Lexingron Ct. 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Underwood, Terri L. p. 205 
133 Allen 
Alma. MI 48801 



Vore. Teresa 
104 S. Sheridan 
Ridgeville. IN 47380 



Warren. James E. 
2717 Richmond 
Mattoon. IL 61958 



Werner. David F. 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago. IL 60657 



Wiese. Michael D 
1505 Kirk Row 
Kokomo. IN 46901 



314 / Index 



Wiley. Essie M 
P O Box 222 
Bourbonnais. 1L 60914 



Williams, Steven David 
1690 E. River St. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Witherspoon, Marilyn R. p. 205 
IBM W. Warner Ave. 
Chicago, IL 60613 



Wrie.hr, Anne M. 

834 S. Greenwood Ave. 

Kankakee, 11, 60901 



Young, Doug R. p. 205 
HO 1th St. 
HUntingburg, IN 475-12 



Wilkerson. Gregory M. p. 96 

544 Morcland Dr. 

Mr Lebanon, PA 15228 

Wilkins, Donald H 
1313 Bristol NW 
Grand Rapids, Ml 49504 

Wilkins, Mary A. 
626 E Broadview Dr 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Williams, Theresa Y. p. 205 
714 N Pleasant 
Princeron. IL 61356 



Williamson. Jeffrey S. p. 205 
RR 1 Box 422 
Nashville. IN 47448 

Williamson, Kirk L. p. 189 
RR 2 Hwy. 14 
Janesville.WI 53545 



Wolf, Deborah C. p. 197 
648 Converse Ave 
Marshall. Wl 53559 



Wolf.Jerold B. p. 189 
377 Levasseur 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Wolf, Yvonne M. p. 205 
6084 N Lewellen 
Marshall, Wl 53559 



Wright, Bonnie Sue 
590 South Michigan 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Wnghr, David C. 
519 N. 2nd 
Morton, 11,61550 



Wright, Jerene A. 
6311 N. County Line R 
Huntenown, IN 46748 



Young, John Mark 
1813 Wonon Blvd. 
W. Mifflin, PA 15122 

Young, Julie S. p. 197 
901 Clark Ave. 
Bluffton, IN 46714 

Young, Sue A, 
4y,W,Jeffery 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Willard. Lori |eanne p 205 
1220 W. LawnDr 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Wrlle, Eliza berh S 
220 Marker 
Momence, IL 60954 



W.llert. Steven R. p. 197 
311 Colfax St. 
Mauston. Wl 53948 



Williams. Cecil E. p. 197 
531 N.Jefferson 
OIney, IL 62450 



Williams, Charles W. 
817 Yeoman Sr. 
Washington C H, OH 43160 



Williams, Cynthia A. p 189 
285 E. Grand #5 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Williams. Diana L. p 197 
RD#6Box 119F 
Greensburg. PA 15601 



Williams. Edith p. 229 
76 Jordan 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Williams. Heidi M. p. 86,90 
285 Grand #\ 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Williams. James B. p. 86, 87. 90, 91 
3828 Sourhern Ave 
Cincinnati, OH 45227 



Williams. Kent Joel p. 205 
2469 Cenrennary Dr. 
Carmel. IN 46032 



Williamson, Paula M. 

RR3 

Warseka. IL 60970 



Willis. DeborahJ. p. 205 
RR 1 Box 248 
Wilkinson. IN 46186 



Wilson, Brian E. p. 83. 102,235 
Box 1881 ONC 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Wilson. Cheryl E. p, 205 
1204 5th Ave. 
Belvidere, IL 61008 



Wilson, Pamela D. 
870 E. Chesrnut 
Kankakee. IL 60901 



Wilson, Peggy Ann 

Box 1873 

ONC 



Wilson, Ricky D. p. 46, 88. 89. 92. 189 
702 N. Main 
Nappanee, IN 46550 



Wilson, Sharon K. p. 46, 189 
3006 Silhavy Rd. 
Valparaiso, IN 46383 



Williams. Michael p. 237 
883 N. Portage Road 
Doylestown, OH 44230 



Windell, Roger F. 
700 W. Brompton PI. 
Chicago. IL 60657 



Wise, Richard E. 
ONC, Box 1887 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Wiseman, Wendy p. 189, 237 
14042 Edison 
Warren, MI 48093 

Wisneski, Robert G. p. 21,80 
1227 Stewart St. 
Green Bay. Wl 54301 



Wolfe, Brooks K. 
451 E. 900 N. 
Valparaiso. IN 46383 



Wolfe. Renae Ann p 205 
451 E. 900 N. 
Valparaiso, IN 46383 



Wolterstorff, Ronda A. p. 205 
301 E.Grand Apr. 6 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Woodard. Christine L. 
2624 U St. 
Bedford, IN 47421 

Woodbury, Patricia C. 
700 W Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Woodbury. Stephen 
700 W. Brompron 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Woodcock, Michelle p. 22, 205 
RD 2 Box 353 
Owego, NY 13827 

Wooden, MelrndaJ. p. 40, 205 

Box 24 

Kingdom City, MO 65262 



Woods, Lonnie M 
413 E.Grand #6 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 



Woodward, Barbara A. p. 197 
Route 3 
Chtisman, IL 61924 



Woolard, Rhonda J. p. 7, 111, 157, 197 
177 S. Monroe 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Woolard, Rosemary p. 189 
177 S. Monroe 
Bradley, IL 60915 



Wright, Melissa Gay p. 205 
6290 Lure Rd. 
Portage, IN 46368 

Wnghr, Richard A. 
489 Olde Oak Apr 3 
Bourbonnais. IL 60914 



Wright, Timothy A. p. 205 

35532 Lana Lake 

Sterling Heights, MI 48077 

Wynn, Koleen K 
Glenwood School for Boys 
Glenwood, IL 60425 





Yamauchi.J. Kenny p. 189 
P.O. Box 19 
Elwin.IL 62532 



Yares, Greg D. 
771 N. 8th Ave. 
Kankakee, IL 60901 



Yares, Stephanie R. p. 205 
512 E. Main St. 
Casey, IL 62420 



Yeakle. BekkiL.p. 48, 81, 197 
1904 Ivy Ln. 
Midland, MI 48640 



Yingling, Kenneth B. 
205 Eucalyptus Dr. 
Muncie, IN 47302 



Zachary,Joy L. p. 213 
443 E.Grand #2 
Bourbonnais, IL 60914 

Zackmire, Sandra R 
4903 Belinder Road 
Wesrwood, KS 66205 

Zackmire, Shirley G. 
4903 Belinder Road 
Shawnee Mission, KS 66205 

Zarfas. Caroleejoy 
700 W. Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 

Zea, Raylene p. 189, 237 
505 Main St. 
Kouts, IN 46347 

Zelinski, Rose C 
RR 1, Box 286 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Zielinski, Margaret L. p. 189, 206, 235 
1000 Logan St. 
Alton, IL 62002 

Zigtema, Sandra D. 
1123 S.Nelson 
Kankakee. IL 60901 

Zimmerman, Barbara A. 
1448 W Hawkins 
Kankakee, IL 60901 

Zurcher, Gayle p. 189, 197 
RR3 

Seymour. IN 47274 

Zurcher, Gina R p. 197 

RR3 

Seymour, IN 



Williams. Nolan E. 
531 N.Jefferson Sr. 
y, IL 62450 



Ol 



Witcher, Gregory C 
700 W. Brompton Place 
Chicago, IL 60657 



Workman, Joanne p. 189 
5659 W. 64rh St 
Chicago, IL 60638 



York, Dawn M. p. 189 
S71-W19288 Hillvrew 
Muskego, Wl 53150 



COLIPHON 



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Box 1945 
ONC 



Index 1 3/5 



Above left, College Church of the Nazarene. 
Above right, the cafeteria in Ludwig Center is 
a good place for fellowship with friends. 
Right, Tom Leston finds privacy in the 
hallway of Chapman Dormitory. 
Below, the beautiful entranceway to O.N.C. 
Right, life need not be a lonely road. 




Do we all live similar lives? Yes, I 
think so. We all are here for a 
purpose. On our way to fulfilling 



that purpose we face decisions and 
responsibilities — giving us a taste 
of what to expect in our futures. 



Sometimes the days seem long and 
we wonder if there is any hope left. 
Hang on! 



Have you forgotten the best tii 
of your life? Have you forgotte 
the reason that Olivet Nazarene 



S /6 / Closing 




'liege is here? Have you 
•gotten that Jesus loves you and 
11 take care of it all if you will 



only let Him? Our hope — in times 
of trial, disappointment, heartache, 
loneliness. Oh the peace that Jesus 



gives. The future does not look so 
dark nor feel so foreign when we 



have the comfort of Jesus — the 
Hope. 



Closing I il'i 



Above left, Gordon Wickersham takes pictures 

of the Homecoming parade. Mr. Wickersham 

provided some pictures for the AURORA. 

Above right, Old Smokey — the landmark of 

Olivet. 

Right, a few members of the AURORA 

"family" work long hours to produce this 

yearbook. Sometimes people get crazy after 

being up late. 

Opposite page, the editor-in-chief, Gloria 

Wickham. 




A college yearbook editor — not 
so many years ago this was one of 
my wildest dreams. Sure, I knew 
the necessary guidelines and I 
knew that it took some time, but 
also it seemed like such a big, 
unattainable goal for such an 
insignificant soul as I. And yet, I 
reached my goal only to find that I 
have learned much more than 



yearbook ingenuity. I have realized 
that this is what life is all about. 
We set goals and then work 
diligently to reach these goals and 
once they are attained we set more 
goals and strive for higher 
mountaintops. 

There were many stumbling blocks 
in the way, just as it is expected to 



we want something badly enough, 
those stumbling blocks are tossed 
to the side. The rainy days usually 
were forgotten when the sunshine 
and rainbow days came along. 

The 1981 AURORA has been 
lovingly, thoughtfully, prayerfully 
produced for you. I hope you like 



new knowledge I have gained, the 
imaginative, talented editors and 
staff with which I have been 
privileged to work, the creative 
photographers I have watched and; 
admired, and all of you who gave 
me an incentive to give it my best ; 
shot — are all now a part of my 
own memory book that I will 



318 /Closing 




rever treasure. Not nearly 
lough praise and appreciation 
3uld ever be expressed to these 
•ople for their dedication and 
genuity, long hours and sweat 
at have been so willingly and 
ithfully put into this book, 
hanks to Rev. Lee and Dr. Finger, 
ur advisors; Dennis Phillips and 
)ick LoPachin, our Taylor 



Publishing Company 
representatives; Blankenbergs 
Photography Studio, our 
professional photographers; 
Gordon Wickersham and Rev. 
Quanstrom, advisors and 
instructors. A special thanks goes 
to my assistant editor, Polly; our 
business manager, Russ; and 
photographers, David and Tom. 



1 hanks tor standing by me and i 
1981 AURORA. Hey, we did it 
and I am proud of you. 

So, to you, the student body of 
O.N.C. — "May the God of 
HOPE fill you with all joy and 



the power of the Holy Spirit. 
Romans 15:13. 

Respectfully, 

Gloria J. Wickham 



you may overflow with HOPE by 



Cloiinu, Edit 




communication, and helping him 
strive to do his best in everything 
lie did. Through this job he could 
pproval just by working 

-aving us to be with 
:">d. Jeff had just finished his best 
;r of 



selling. He was on cop of the 
world, ready to meet our Lord. 
When we called his parents to let 
them know about Jeff s death they 
reacted sadly, but joyfully. His 
father said, Jeff has always long< 
to be with Christ and to spent 
eternity without pain or 
embarrassment. He is finally • 
home.' 

"When I think oi'jeif. I think 
his favorite scripture . iiilippiar 
3:13-14; Brerf : not 

myself tonMM J, but 

this one thing nB 
those things whi^H 
reach forth to the things which art 
ahead. I press toward the mark M 
the prize of the high calling of 
God in Christ Jesus.' " — words of 
Dean Meadows, a close friend. 





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